User talk:Pterrell

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My contribution to Byte Shop is not a commercialzation of anything it is a factual representation of the begining of computer store retail and you can believe everything I submitted because I am Paul Terrell, the founder of Byte Shop. If your not interested in History and fact then so be it. I guess I will just have to do my own blog or find another reference site that has the interest. I was following the byte shop link from the article on how I helped Apple get started and found you guys had nothing about the store that made Apple and Steve who they are.

What? ~~ N (t/c) 02:13, 15 August 2006 (UTC)
The Byte Shop is a notable in the early history of computer retailing. Other than the Apple II most people are not well informed of the products and people involved in computer retailing prior to the introduction of the IBM PC. This is a history worth telling. Markmckeever 05:08, 26 August 2006 (UTC)

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