Not sure if this helps, but when I post an Atari 8-bit related post on my blog, ATARI 8-BIT ADS, I'll get between 500-700 views. If a post is about something bigger than just Atari 8-bit related (and I "advertise" it), such as my post on the Hayes Chronograph, it can get closer to 1000 views.
Sorry, I forgot all about this, and since Bill's copy has had it's guts spilled, I'll look into getting an image made tonight. I've never made a cassette image before, but it's time to learn on the job.
You should be able to use Audacity to capture it to wav.
Then see this article if you want to convert the wav to a small flac file.
I helped out with a Palm Pilot game called Dragonbane II in the early 2000s. It really worked well on the Palm Pilot. It has a Bard's Tale look and feel to it. It also has a construction set so you can see how levels are designed and graphic resources are combined to create the look.
Did you guys manage to connect up on this? *fingers crossed*
Well, we did manage to get together and Allan did have his Kryoflux with him, but we were so busy with VCF East we never actually got around to coping or scanning anything. We did discuss getting together in the near future to try again.
We will try again either over the summer or at Atari Party East in September. Thanks for checking in!
On a side note, I got to meet Richard Garriott when we met up for drinks in Manhattan in April.