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On Fri, 2004-12-10 at 10:38, Kent Borg wrote:

> I didn't know the BCS Mac folks were still in existence.  I wonder
> whether they have been running continuously as BNUG claims?
> As for the Mac Tech Group, they have been running continuously since
> well before the BCS board committed suicide and left the groups for
> dead.  But I don't know how old they are.  BNUG might well bve older.
> I bet it is close.
> -kb, the Kent who used to be a Mac group regular and BCS "activist"
> volunteer.

The MacTechGroup has been meeting continuously on the first and 
third Wednesdays since before the first one I attended, in the 
January following the release of the MacPlus. I believe that was 
January 1986, but I'm not completely sure. 

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