On 13/06/02 10:32, "Christian Burk" <cmburk75_at_mac.com> wrote:
> Sorry, little 3 Stooges thrown in there.
> Has anyone heard from the elusive Dr. Newton? I have tried to contact
> him via e-mail, but have been unable to elicit any response. Does anyone
> on this list have any contact with him? I'd like to upgrade my Newton
> 2000, but don't know whether it can still be done by him.
He did post his new email address a few weeks ago, along with information
that he's still performing the 2000 memory upgrade. His latest email address
is drnewton_at_maplenet.net .
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