Claude was honored for his efforts in the early years of hobbyist computing. In 1965 he founded the R.E.S.I.S.T.O.R.S. (Radically Emphatic Students Interested in Science, Technology, and Other Research Subjects).
Alex has been a charter member of the group. In the past he has served as editor of the newsletter and always was ready to contribute and help with booth monitoring at the Computer shows. He sreved on the BOD for many years. I’m sure other membes can contribute other attributes and contributions the Alex has made to the Group.
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Dual award to Ruth and Cass Lewart. Both have been very active computer hobbyists for nearly 30 years. They were officers in the Bookdale User Group (http://www.bcug.com/) for many years and are also long-time members of ACGNJ. In addition to speaking at TCF for many years, Cass has been a speaker at meetings of ACGNJ, PPCUG, and other computer clubs. He is the author of several books about PC technologies and has contributed papers to the Trenton Computer Festival Annual Proceedings Book.
Lennie has been involved in the creation and running of both The Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey and the Trenton Computer Festival for 30 years. She has taken on the thankless background tasks that nobody wants to do because they needed doing, and has kept things moving smoothly with her expert handling and care.
Frank has been an outstanding member of the ACGNJ for many years and a font of wisdom from a technical point of view, member of the TCF Steering Committee, Frank also stepped forward from Veep to Pres. when Neil Sanford passed away then two successive elected terms as President. Frank has given many presentations on banking, money, gold, and secure financial transactions, security with respect to Thawt, a secure ID certificate provider, and several on networking and wireless. And has kept the club’s Geneology SIG alive for several years.
Arnold has handled public relations for ACGNJ, making sure that the group is promoted at local computer shows. He also takes care of the club equipment. At special occasions, such as Microsoft events, he has often been first to volunteer to help, the first to arrive and the last to leave. When asked to do a job for the group he rarely declines.
Peter was the leader of the LUNICS (a loose acronym representing the various forms of Unix-like systems) Special Interest Group of ACGNJ for many years, and has been an outspoken proponent of open-source programming Linux, and its Unix-like cousins.
Jerry Entin, leader of the Concordia Group and member of the Trenton Computer Festival Steering Committee, Jerry was cited for his contributions to ACGNJ and the Trenton Computer Festival.
John has been a supporting member of the club for many years, working in the background on Facilities, Webmaster, Vice President, Board of Director, PC-Symposium chair and active in TCF.
Scott started his group efforts in the Heath Group and when that disbanded and mixed with ACGNJ continued his help with Borad of Directors, President and Presiden of TCF.
Posthumous award to his widow in recognition of his work for TCF.
For his long-term service to ACGNJ.
Honored for his contributions on behalf of the hearing-impaired.
Honored for his long time contributions to personal computing, including running a BBS, working as TCF Festival Director, and for other accomplishments over a period of 18 years.
Honored for his work outside the computer group teaching others how to program, and for writing software to help people use personal computers to do things they would otherwise have been unable to do.
Honored for his work in creating and perpetuating the Trenton Computer Festival.
SIG/M distribution coordinator.
Honored for revitalizing the ACGNJ newsletter.
For his championing of public domain software in his magazines, despite losing advertising from software manufacturers who saw public domain software as a threat. The tradition of honoring distributors of public domain software was continued with the awards for 1987, 1988, 1990 and 1992.
Of University of Mexico City. With students, wrote the Regular Expression Compiler, an equivalent of Unix shell script processing, particularly in the parsing of Unix regular expressions for CP/M. (Bob Todd notes that the award really should have gone to the students, who did most of the work.)
SIG/M, awarded for the same reason. He created major portions of the first ZCPR and all of ZCPR2 and ZCPR3, putting all of the code into the public domain.
The first HOTY, creator of MODEM7, which was the first generally successful PC modem program and enabled users to download files from his bulletin board system, which was the first BBS. His award was for making this software available to everyone.
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By Allen 03.16.2012
Each spot includes one admission badge, extra flea market badges are $15.00 each.
Flea Market Setup: Friday Night 8:00 PM until Saturday Morning 8:00 AM
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