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Allan

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  1. I guess it's time for a new camera since my newer phones pictures are much better.
  2. My camera is not the best for detail but hopefully these work.
  3. I got one out. What type of angle do you want? Strait at from front and back?
  4. It was @Bryan who modified it to work with his special bank-switched cart. It's a 48K game so you can't just put it on a regular 5200 board. But it will work with the Atarimax 5200 SD multi-cart.
  5. @swlovinist Do you remember what type/things you worked on for Atari? Do you have anything or pictures of anything advertisement related left?
  6. @mytek I predict this is going to be a big seller. I wouldn't be surprised if it's in the top two or three for @MacRorie. Hopefully this inspires more people to write more 80-column software. Finally doing the XEP-80 right. It only took 35 years to do it. Now I just need to find room to fit a flat screen monitor to fit on my desk next to my cough/Commodore 1702/cough (I mean Atari) monitor.
  7. Somebody want to buy this and archive it? https://www.ebay.com/itm/154649560882?hash=item2401d50732:g:cHkAAOSwVI5hZegq
  8. Is this a basic program? CLOAD? , ENTER"C:"?, or boot with pressing START key?
  9. Yup. Somebody else REALLY wanted it so they could throw it in their closet forever. I couldn't let that happen. I just finished posting the last of it on Archive.org. This morning I posted seven issues of an extremely rare newsletter called 'Turtle News' that has articles about LOGO and PILOT for multiple platforms.
  10. I just archived two issues of Ornjuce, the newsletter of the Atari Computer Association of Orange County user group. https://archive.org/details/ornjuce-vol-07-num-08-august-1986 https://archive.org/details/ornjuce-vol-07-num-07-july-1986/mode/2up There are a few more issues up on Archive.org already: https://archive.org/details/ornjuce-atari-computer-assocation-of-orange-county-newsletter-vol-9-no-1-qtr-11988 The ones below are from an Archive.org collection uploaded by San Leandro Computer Club but don't come up in a Archive.org search for some reason so I put links below: https://archive.org/details/AtariUserGroupNewsletterJuneToDecember1987Part8/Ornjuce-AtariComputerAssocationOfOrangeCountyNewsletterVol8No4July1987/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/AtariUserGroupNewsletterJuneToDecember1987Part8/Ornjuce-AtariComputerAssocationOfOrangeCountyNewsletterVol8No5Aug1987/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/AtariUserGroupNewsletterJuneToDecember1987Part8/Ornjuce-AtariComputerAssocationOfOrangeCountyNewsletterVol8No6Dec1987 Of course if anyone has any more issues, please archive them and upload them to the Net.
  11. I have the same problem in Connecticut.
  12. No problem. If you can find one other person in your area, that's all you need. Go for it.
  13. I scanned a bunch of newsletters from this user group today. I put them up on archive.org. https://archive.org/details/io-connector-january-1983/mode/2up There are about 15 issues I just uploaded. The newsletter changed it's name to The I/O Connector early 1983. There are a bunch of later issues already up there that were scanned by @Savetz a while ago.
  14. @bf2k+ You mentioned you have software. Do you have any original non-game software?
  15. More issues of Computer Shopper ST (and 8-bit) articles: https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-july-1988-vol-8-num-7-atari-articles/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-may-1989-vol-9-num-5-atari-articles https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-september-1989-vol-9-num-9-atari-articles/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-october-1989-vol-9-num-10-atari-articles https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-june-1989-vol-9-num-6-atari-articles/mode/2up
  16. More issues of Computer Shopper: https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-july-1988-vol-8-num-7-atari-articles/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-may-1989-vol-9-num-5-atari-articles https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-september-1989-vol-9-num-9-atari-articles/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-october-1989-vol-9-num-10-atari-articles https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-june-1989-vol-9-num-6-atari-articles/mode/2up
  17. Allan

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/324780363887?hash=item4b9e6b106f:g:A5AAAOSwxLJhN05W This is the original link @robgr meant to include.
  18. A couple of images I would love to have in a good quality form are below. A nice bumper sticker for your car and a nice atascii graphic chart. I'm not sure if I would stick it on my computer but it would be nice to have it as a chart I could put some where near my Atari's.
  19. https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-november-1989-vol-9-num-10-atari-articles/mode/2up November, 1989 issue.
  20. Please understand I didn't have any reference to watching the real man before watching the movie. So I couldn't even say whether the actor seemed somewhat like Clive. He just seemed off as far as how an adult would move naturally. The rest of the movie seemed done very well, which is why it kept standing out to me while watching the movie. On rare occasions, people have eccentric aspects of themselves, so I just assumed it was something related to that. But that hair. Looking at real video footage of Sinclair, whose hair looks much more natural, naturally, I think the make-up artist did a poor job. Definitely enjoyable movie otherwise. Martin Freeman is always great in whoever he plays. I will definitely look up those talks.
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