Accessing very old comp.dsp posts

Started by Richard (Rick) Lyons August 20, 2018
Hi.
Is there a way I can access posts made on comp.dsp during March of 2008?

Thanks.
[-Rick-]
On Monday, August 20, 2018 at 5:00:11 AM UTC-5, Richard (Rick) Lyons wrote:

> Is there a way I can access posts made on comp.dsp during March of 2008?
Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search box. Click on the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and it will open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have. I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. Greg
 
> Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search box. Click on
the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and it will open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have.
> > I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. > > Greg
Hi Greg. (I hope you're doing well.) Thanks. Your suggestion worked like a charm! [-Rick-]
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> > Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search box.=
Click on the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and it wi= ll open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have.
> >=20 > > I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. > >=20 > > Greg >=20 > Hi Greg. (I hope you're doing well.) > Thanks. Your suggestion worked like a charm! >=20 > [-Rick-]
Hello! Rick! I'm new to DSP and programming, so I wonder how you guys did D= SP programming in Atari days back in 80's. How did you figure out to do it?= I guess education flow is something like that: 1) Learn Assembly language; 2) Get and learn Atari or IBM PC technical reference manuals; 3) Read some DSP books; 4) Start programming simple batch programs; Am I right? Thanks! Michael
On 08/28/2018 12:24 AM, versa20@gmail.com wrote:
> =D0=B2=D1=82=D0=BE=D1=80=D0=BD=D0=B8=D0=BA, 21 =D0=B0=D0=B2=D0=B3=D1=83=
=D1=81=D1=82=D0=B0 2018 =D0=B3., 7:55:51 UTC+6 =D0=BF=D0=BE=D0=BB=D1=8C=D0= =B7=D0=BE=D0=B2=D0=B0=D1=82=D0=B5=D0=BB=D1=8C Richard (Rick) Lyons =D0=BD= =D0=B0=D0=BF=D0=B8=D1=81=D0=B0=D0=BB:
>>> Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search bo=
x. Click on the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and i= t will open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have.
>>> >>> I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. >>> >>> Greg >> >> Hi Greg. (I hope you're doing well.) >> Thanks. Your suggestion worked like a charm! >> >> [-Rick-] >=20 > Hello! Rick! I'm new to DSP and programming, so I wonder how you guys d=
id DSP programming in Atari days back in 80's. How did you figure out to = do it? I guess education flow is something like that:
> 1) Learn Assembly language; > 2) Get and learn Atari or IBM PC technical reference manuals; > 3) Read some DSP books; > 4) Start programming simple batch programs; > Am I right? >=20 > Thanks! >=20 > Michael >=20
Point 1. Start a new thread. Thread hijacking is not good netiquette. Point 2. Have a Subject line which suggests your goal. Point 3. What is your question? It should indicate why you ask. I.E. give us some context.
On Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 2:18:24 PM UTC+6, Richard Owlett wrote:
> On 08/28/2018 12:24 AM, versa20@gmail.com wrote: > > =D0=B2=D1=82=D0=BE=D1=80=D0=BD=D0=B8=D0=BA, 21 =D0=B0=D0=B2=D0=B3=D1=83=
=D1=81=D1=82=D0=B0 2018 =D0=B3., 7:55:51 UTC+6 =D0=BF=D0=BE=D0=BB=D1=8C=D0= =B7=D0=BE=D0=B2=D0=B0=D1=82=D0=B5=D0=BB=D1=8C Richard (Rick) Lyons =D0=BD= =D0=B0=D0=BF=D0=B8=D1=81=D0=B0=D0=BB:
> >>> Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search bo=
x. Click on the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and it = will open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have.
> >>> > >>> I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. > >>> > >>> Greg > >> > >> Hi Greg. (I hope you're doing well.) > >> Thanks. Your suggestion worked like a charm! > >> > >> [-Rick-] > >=20 > > Hello! Rick! I'm new to DSP and programming, so I wonder how you guys d=
id DSP programming in Atari days back in 80's. How did you figure out to do= it? I guess education flow is something like that:
> > 1) Learn Assembly language; > > 2) Get and learn Atari or IBM PC technical reference manuals; > > 3) Read some DSP books; > > 4) Start programming simple batch programs; > > Am I right? > >=20 > > Thanks! > >=20 > > Michael > >=20 >=20 > Point 1. Start a new thread. Thread hijacking is not good netiquette. > Point 2. Have a Subject line which suggests your goal. > Point 3. What is your question? > It should indicate why you ask. I.E. give us some context.
sorry me, I will fix it
On Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 2:18:24 PM UTC+6, Richard Owlett wrote:
> On 08/28/2018 12:24 AM, versa20@gmail.com wrote: > > =D0=B2=D1=82=D0=BE=D1=80=D0=BD=D0=B8=D0=BA, 21 =D0=B0=D0=B2=D0=B3=D1=83=
=D1=81=D1=82=D0=B0 2018 =D0=B3., 7:55:51 UTC+6 =D0=BF=D0=BE=D0=BB=D1=8C=D0= =B7=D0=BE=D0=B2=D0=B0=D1=82=D0=B5=D0=BB=D1=8C Richard (Rick) Lyons =D0=BD= =D0=B0=D0=BF=D0=B8=D1=81=D0=B0=D0=BB:
> >>> Access comp.dsp through Google. At the top of the page is a search bo=
x. Click on the down-arrow at the rightmost edge of the search box, and it = will open a window into which you can enter whatever data you have.
> >>> > >>> I have found specific messages going back to 1993 this way. > >>> > >>> Greg > >> > >> Hi Greg. (I hope you're doing well.) > >> Thanks. Your suggestion worked like a charm! > >> > >> [-Rick-] > >=20 > > Hello! Rick! I'm new to DSP and programming, so I wonder how you guys d=
id DSP programming in Atari days back in 80's. How did you figure out to do= it? I guess education flow is something like that:
> > 1) Learn Assembly language; > > 2) Get and learn Atari or IBM PC technical reference manuals; > > 3) Read some DSP books; > > 4) Start programming simple batch programs; > > Am I right? > >=20 > > Thanks! > >=20 > > Michael > >=20 >=20 > Point 1. Start a new thread. Thread hijacking is not good netiquette. > Point 2. Have a Subject line which suggests your goal. > Point 3. What is your question? > It should indicate why you ask. I.E. give us some context.
fixed