[Coco] Re: The typical CoCo user is aged...?!?
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 27 21:59:59 EST 2005
I got a CoCo2 (16k) when I made my father return a TI-994A because it sucked
Soon after I was a MC-10 freak. I worked a paper route back when they let 14
year olds do it.
I saved 100 bucks and got my mc-10. www.geocities.com/chazbeenhad
Soon after I saved, saved saved, and got a coco3. over the years it became a
full system with harddrive and all.
My coco saw a good 8 years of storage when, in that time, I got married
purchased a house and had a couple kids!
Now that Im more "settled" I now use my coco again just about every day. :-)
"Torsten Dittel" <Torsten at Dittel.info> wrote in
message news:d271ab$hml$1 at sea.gmane.org...
> I'd like to see kind of a demographic profile of today's CoCo-Nuts. Age?
> Profession? etc.
> I guess we have two generations here:
> The members of the "father generation" who were 40 to 55 years old 20
> years ago (they should be 60 to 75 now).
> The members of the "son generation" who were 15 to 25 years old 20 years
> ago (they should be 35 to 45 now).
> Anyone between out there between 45 and 60?
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