[SIGCIS-Members] Collections of Spreadsheet Software
CyndeM at livingcomputers.org
Tue Jan 2 08:35:20 PST 2018
LCM+L has a little bit of spreadsheet software, but nothing like this.
Does this collector have a list? That would be remarkable to see.
Cynde Moya, MLIS, Ph.D.
Collections Manager | Living Computers: Museum + Labs
Chair, Acquisitions Committee
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Subject: [SIGCIS-Members] Collections of Spreadsheet Software
I recently had the real pleasure of speaking with a person who works in the financial sector and is keenly interested in the history of spreadsheets. He has gathered a private collection of ~800 spreadsheet programs, including many versions of popular products, covering formats from ROMs to DVDs.
Does anyone aware of any comparable collection of spreadsheet software?
David C. Brock
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