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  1. Hi Everyone, Just a reminder there's only two weeks left to register for GORF! I've been organising some Skype calls for GORF to go along with our two keynotes (the Microbee's Owen Hill and retro-gaming researcher Dr Melanie Slalwell) and assorted attendee presentations; so far we have: Atari 2600 game designer and Imagic co-founder Rob Fulop Commodore 64 music composer Jeroen Tel Softdisk and Commander Keen developer Lane Roathe Disk-cracker extraordinaire qkumba and Applesauce hardware developer John Morris Some of the attendee presentations proposed so far include sessions about the ZX Spectrum, Apple II and Commodore 64 For more information or to register, visit https://gorf.org.au
  2. Here's a machine I've been curious about but have never seen often enough in the wild: the Atari ST. Unlike the Amiga, which I seriously desired as a kid (and I have two models now: a 500 and a 4000!), the Atari ST tickled my curiosity but wasn't one of those "Oooh, I've gotta have it right now!" type of desires. Nowadays, though, I thought it would be pretty neat to check out the actual Atari ST hardware and see what it's all about! I do have some experience using Atari TOS thanks to Hatari, and I have sampled some games and demos on the platform. It's enough to wet my beak and get me interested in wanting to maybe add one to my collection! My problem, however, is that, like other retro computers of the time, the prices for Atari STs (and even the STE) have shot through the roof to ridiculous, exonerate prices on eBay and even Amibay. To make matters worse, most auctions and sales that I see are all in Europe (and I'm in the USA), which would mean that shipping would be absolute murder, and I'd also have to then spend money on things like step-down transformers and plug adapters. So my question is this: what's a fair going price for an Atari ST? I'd prefer an STE model; it can have 1MB RAM minimum and that's fine. Hell, it doesn't even need to come with cables; since the PSU is internal on STE models and is a standard 3-prong PC lead, I can supply one. I just need a mouse and I'm good. Send some ideas my way and I'll work from there!
  3. So its been a few years since I actually have bought a console or a computer. I allready have a C64, Apple 2+, and a Commodore Plus 4. P.S. the Commodore Plus 4 still needs a TED chip. What should i get next? I hear i should get a Commodore 128, but I have no idea what to get, I am open to all ideas?
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