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* [https://dcsi.com/product/e-term32-plus/ E-Term32 Plus], with ReGIS support
 
* [https://dcsi.com/product/e-term32-plus/ E-Term32 Plus], with ReGIS support
 
* [https://www.vandyke.com/products/securecrt/ SecureCRT], ssh/rlogin/telnet client
 
* [https://www.vandyke.com/products/securecrt/ SecureCRT], ssh/rlogin/telnet client
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* [http://www.kermitproject.org/k95.html Kermit 95], kermit client with 40 built-in terminal emulations
  
See Also [[wikipedia:List_of_emulators#Terminal_emulators|Terminal Emulators]] on WikiPedia.
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See also:
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* [[wikipedia:List_of_emulators#Terminal_emulators|Terminal Emulators]] on WikiPedia.
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* [[wikipedia:User:RDBrown/HP_Terminal_Emulators|HP Terminal Emulators]], Rodney Brown's list on WikiPedia
  
 
==Rescued Nekochan Wiki Pages==
 
==Rescued Nekochan Wiki Pages==

Revision as of 23:05, 24 October 2019

Brief Biography

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Richard Thomson is the director of the Computer Graphics Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the main force behind the creation of the Terminals Wiki and the open source rewrite of the manx web database application of computer manuals. He is a frequent contributor to the cctalk mailing list and contributes scanned material to BitSavers.

Richard has worked as a software engineer since 1979. He has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Utah. See Terminals at the University of Delaware for more information on the kinds of terminals he used in the early days.

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