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Lyman Duggan

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Employment History

Founder

TPUG Inc


Web References(2 Total References)


TPUG News V1#1 Fall 1986

www.tpug.icomm.ca [cached]

When Lyman Duggan started TPUG (at that time, he called it "Club 2001" after Commodore's only computer, the PET 2001), he just phoned the 15 or so members to tell them about a new meeting.
Coffee and doughnuts were served at the meeting, and Lyman had a tray of cassette tapes for sale, which contained public domain programs. By the time membership rocketed to 30 or 40, a single sheet of paper was mailed to interested persons, giving meeting details and anything else that Lyman could think of to fill out the sheet - speakers, programs, tips or whatever. Then Lyman had to leave to take up work in Florida, and TPUG reformed as a user group.


TPUG News V1#1 Fall 1986

www.tpug.ca [cached]

When Lyman Duggan started TPUG (at that time, he called it "Club 2001" after Commodore's only computer, the PET 2001), he just phoned the 15 or so members to tell them about a new meeting.
Coffee and doughnuts were served at the meeting, and Lyman had a tray of cassette tapes for sale, which contained public domain programs. By the time membership rocketed to 30 or 40, a single sheet of paper was mailed to interested persons, giving meeting details and anything else that Lyman could think of to fill out the sheet - speakers, programs, tips or whatever. Then Lyman had to leave to take up work in Florida, and TPUG reformed as a user group.


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