Pile of data books in search of a good home...
I have a collection of perhaps 80 or 100 data books for various logic, CPU and DSP devices and device families, mostly dating from around 1988-1994 but with a few earlier and later than this.
Don't expect them to be any use for real day-to-day work; they describe devices almost all of which are entirely obsolete.
Some are real curiosities - the first and, I think, only data book for Crosspoint FPGAs, for example. Others are more mundane: Philips 74FTTL and suchlike. With a heavy heart, I now think it's time to part with them. I had dreams of settling down and writing some kind of history of the development of logic design over the 1970-2000 period, but by the time I have enough leisure to do it I suspect I won't have the skill or stamina.
So, they're yours if you can offer them a loving home and can work out with me how to get them from south-east England to you without it costing me anything.