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  Reply # 1507703 7-Mar-2016 19:07
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sleemanj:

 

Is this the thread where I post my low user ID like it's worth something.

 

Yes, yes it is.

 

My TM Member ID

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

yes thats the one ;) 


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  Reply # 1507846 8-Mar-2016 07:17
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 Re: $3398 / 10MB

 

On the plus side, it does include drivers for CP/M.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1507849 8-Mar-2016 07:39
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sleemanj:

 

Is this the thread where I post my low user ID like it's worth something.

 

Yes, yes it is.

 

My TM Member ID

 

 

 

So 574483 would be worthwhile only as a marker from around 2005 (correction: June 2004).....11 years ago.  I wonder what the number would be today for a new sign-up? 





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  Reply # 1507867 8-Mar-2016 08:21
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Interesting looking at some of the member numbers and dates here. Between December 1999 and July 2000 numbers increased by an average of around 1500/month.

 

Over the next two months, to September 2000, this increased slightly to just over 1800/month, but in the next three months, to December 2000, numbers increased by over 2800/month, so quite a considerable jump in a short time.

 

I joined in July 2002 and my number is 1119xx, so between December 2000 and July 2002 the average increase was almost 4400/month.

 

 




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  Reply # 1507871 8-Mar-2016 08:40
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Mine: Nov 2002 / 152xxx

 

So 10k/month from July 2002 -> Nov 2002


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  Reply # 1507873 8-Mar-2016 08:41
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No idea when I joined, must have been a lot later than that though, member number nearer 350,000.

 

Haven't used it for quite some time (took a while to remember my password for it).


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  Reply # 1507957 8-Mar-2016 10:30
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Mine is 4640xx from march 2004 if anyone is still interested in tracking...


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  Reply # 1507988 8-Mar-2016 11:12
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10033, March 2000

 

I even remember getting some credit when I joined


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  Reply # 1508062 8-Mar-2016 12:54
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Looking at the OP - was that the Trade me home page, or was that already drilled down into an IT section? I', just interested to see how many of the "closing soon" auctions are for IT products.

 

I wonder if they ever sold that Space Crusade game? 




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  Reply # 1508063 8-Mar-2016 12:56
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Looking at the OP - was that the Trade me home page, or was that already drilled down into an IT section? I', just interested to see how many of the "closing soon" auctions are for IT products.

 

I wonder if they ever sold that Space Crusade game? 

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1508081 8-Mar-2016 13:17
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Wow, old school. I still think of 10 years ago being the 90's though. Always feel a bit old when I realize it would be 2006 currentlylaughing





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  Reply # 1508094 8-Mar-2016 13:33
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andrew027:

 

I wonder if they ever sold that Space Crusade game? 

 

 

Sold mine a few years back for around $70 IIRC.....  I only paid $30 for it new :) Turned out to be a rather sought after game....

 

 





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  Reply # 1508153 8-Mar-2016 14:57
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andrew027: Looking at the OP - was that the Trade me home page, or was that already drilled down into an IT section? I', just interested to see how many of the "closing soon" auctions are for IT products.

 

I wonder if they ever sold that Space Crusade game? 

 

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Wow - so the only things that aren't IT-related are Space Crusade (unless this is actually the '90s video game?) and Tony O'Connor's Australian relaxation CD, Bushland Dreaming.

 

xpd: Sold mine a few years back for around $70 IIRC.....  I only paid $30 for it new :) Turned out to be a rather sought after game.... 

 

An investment!


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Reply # 1508317 8-Mar-2016 17:04
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dimsim: The heady days of 2000

Personally I preferred Windows NT4. It is Microsoft's last known business operating system ; ).

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  Reply # 1508565 9-Mar-2016 00:58
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Thought this thread was going to be about the Y2K bug.





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