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Always looking for (lame?) ways to contribute, and I had some spare time today. Sooo, I decided to create end of cart labels for the atarisoft cartridge collection. They are the most easily stacked carts since they are flat, but it's useless to do so, since there are no end of cart labels to know what's what. I didn't do one for Robotron or Superstorm since I wasn't sure if the boards required for a hummingbird eprom would fit in an atarisoft case. Also didn't do Joust because, well does anyone reaidng this actually HAVE Joust? (to those who respond yes, I respond; « [email protected]@RD! ») It was a creative decision not to have them fit right across the available space (I also noticed that some of my atarisoft carts have an etched outline of where a second label was likely planned, and I thought it just looked better to size them to fit that.) I've attached them as a bmp file (so as not to be lossy), and also have them saved in CDR format if someone has CorelDraw Suite and would like the layered images for ease of editing. HIGHLY recommend printing them on glossy stock. They just look better. Hope someone can use them. atari cart labels.bmp
Original (well actually, second generation) TI monitors are starting to show up at relatively decent prices as more people move to VGA compatibility. A long-time wish-list item for me is finally within reach! There's just something about seeing that square cube of a monitor sitting atop a colour co-ordinated PEB that makes 4A nostalgia really pop for me! I'll always have an F18A console (it'll be the one with the nano-PEB and FlashROM99 permanently plugged in), but having a completely original system (PEB/Monitor/Console) was always the plan before I learned about all the cool and groovy new goodies available. I might actually get there now, since the monitors are becoming less of a holy-grail item. Maybe I'll even rest my and on the top of the monitor and exclaim "This Is The One" just for effect!