|Cardamation||William Donzelli||1/28/12 7:09 AM|
There is a bit of a buzz that Cardamation, the "last" place that dealt
with punch cards, has finally closed up shop.
While I do not expect any listmembers to still be using cards, I am
wondering if anyone here has a way to contact whatever remains of the
company, or its leader, Mr. Robert Swartz.
Please contact me if you have any sort of leads - I would like to see
that any old equipment and documentation gets looked over before it is
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|Re: Cardamation||Charles Mills||1/28/12 7:49 AM|
The Google sez http://www.techexpo.com/firms/cardamtn.html . That page has a
contact button for "Bob" on the main page. It indicates they are part of a
larger organization, TechExpo. No indication on the Web site that they are
|Re: Cardamation||zMan||1/28/12 7:49 AM|
well...610-935-9700 and 800-848-1718 seem worth a try. Or postal mail
to 1041 W Bridge St, Phoenixville, PA 19460
zMan -- "I've got a mainframe and I'm not afraid to use it"
|Re: Cardamation||zMan||1/28/12 8:05 AM|
Except that their website is dead.
Domain doesn't expire until 2015, so that's a bad sign. Domain contact
Nagle, Bill firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 329
Phoenixville, PA 19460
(610) 935-9700 fax: (610) 935-7340
> There is a bit of a buzz that Cardamation, the "last" place that dealt with
|Re: Cardamation||Charles Mills||1/28/12 8:48 AM|
Are you saying that the fact that they do not have a Web presence means that
e-mail will not be delivered?
I was wrong about "part of a larger organization." TechExpo is a portal
|Re: Cardamation||William Donzelli||1/28/12 9:01 AM|
> well...610-935-9700 and 800-848-1718 seem worth a try. Or postal mailAnother computer historian said the line was disconnected (as well as
a dead website) - but maybe I should try on Monday.
|Re: Cardamation||Mike Schwab||1/28/12 9:56 AM|
Has anyone notified Sparkler Filters, Conroe, TX?
> There is a bit of a buzz that Cardamation, the "last" place that dealt> that any old equipment and documentation gets looked over before it is
Mike A Schwab, Springfield IL USA
Where do Forest Rangers go to get away from it all?
|Re: Cardamation||Andy Wood||1/28/12 11:42 AM|
On Sat, 28 Jan 2012 11:52:57 -0500, William Donzelli <wdon...@GMAIL.COM> wrote:>a dead website) - but maybe I should try on Monday.
Unfortunately, he died last month:
|Re: Cardamation||zMan||1/28/12 12:01 PM|
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 2:15 PM, Andy Wood <woo...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:That'll do it...sigh.
|Re: Cardamation||William Donzelli||2/7/12 5:54 PM|
To follow up - yes, Cardamation has shut down. The Computer History
Museum and I are working on saving interested bits that remain.
Nope, no more IBM machines there...well, maybe an 029.