The Museum of HP Calculators


Ad FAQ

What Advertisements are Appropriate?
Where Can I Post Ads That Aren't Appropriate Here?
How are Ads Formatted?
Are Ads Free?
How long Do Ads Remain?
How Do I Delete An Ad?
Does The Museum Vouch For advertisers?

What Advertisements are Appropriate?

Advertisements for older Hewlett-Packard calculators and computers and related documentation and accessories are acceptable. Older means anything not currently available in stores. Related materials such as books about calculators or RPN, programs etc. are welcome as are related service ads.

Since the museum has added a section on mechanical calculators (including slide rules) ads for these are also appropriate.

Inappropriate ads may be deleted at any time and without warning.

Where Can I Post Ads That Aren't Appropriate Here?

The IACC supports advertisements for other types of calculators.

How are Ads Formatted?

When you press the Enter key, it ends the line so use a single press of the Enter key to separate items in a list onto multiple lines. To start a new paragraph, press the Enter key twice. Within paragraphs, don't press the Enter key at all. Text will wrap in the input box and will wrap to the margins of browser when the ad is displayed.

Use the preview feature to make sure you have it all the way you want it.

The most recent ads are displayed in the index in a compressed form. This form has a limited number of characters and replaces line breaks with the | character.

Are Ads Free?

Yes. There is no charge for advertisements here.

How Long Do Ads Remain?

Typically for one to two months.

How Do I Delete An Ad?

Find your ad in the index and click on it to view it. Enter your email address (the same one in the ad) into the input box below the Delete Ad button and then click Delete Ad.

Does The Museum Vouch For Advertisers?

No! Advertisements are submitted by individuals who are likely to be strangers to the Museum curator. Treat advertisements here like advertisements anywhere else on the net and take precautions that you feel are appropriate.

Go back to the advertisement index

Go back to the main exhibit hall