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Nice!  I love reading articles like that about how Ataris were used in work environments.  I might be the only one, but I enjoy reading the advertisements too lol.  Seeing all the product announcements and items for sale remind me of the old days when buying the new NVDI or StraightFax! from the Toad catalog was the best thing in the world. 😀

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On 4/5/2021 at 6:33 PM, DarkLord said:

Wow, so many early issues missing! :(

 

Also, they stop their list at December of 1995.

 

They went into '96 - one of the issues I sent was:

 

Vol. 16 No. 3 May/June 1996

 

 

Looks like they updated their list.  I think they're lurking here.  😁

 

Well, there was a slight error in that they linked Jan/Feb 1996 wrong. 

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I was wondering about the Dal-ACE issues, but all of this is cool.  :D

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6 hours ago, DarkLord said:

Been a while - how's the scanning coming along?

 

Thanks.  :)

 

I have them all up on Archive.org now. I just didn't post here that I had posted the last of them. There was one issue I some how missed that was already up although that was true with a couple of other ones but I re-scanned those because the scans were not so great. 

 

The magazines are all packaged up. I just got to get to the post office. I will try to get there tomorrow morning. I will let you know when they are shipped.

 

https://archive.org/details/@allan52

 

 

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6 hours ago, doctorclu said:

I was wondering about the Dal-ACE issues, but all of this is cool.  :D

They are up next but I need a little break. I have a vacation coming up so I will do a bunch then.

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Thank you for doing this Allan!  It's a true service to history and the Atari community.

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6 hours ago, Allan said:

I have them all up on Archive.org now. I just didn't post here that I had posted the last of them. There was one issue I some how missed that was already up although that was true with a couple of other ones but I re-scanned those because the scans were not so great. 

 

The magazines are all packaged up. I just got to get to the post office. I will try to get there tomorrow morning. I will let you know when they are shipped.

 

https://archive.org/details/@allan52

 

 

 

Oh, no rush. I just hadn't seen anything lately and was just wondering.

 

I've scanned a few manuals and things here and there and I don't care

what anyone says, it is T E D I O U S !   :)

 

So I'll echo what everyone else is saying - "Thanks much!". 

 

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On 5/21/2020 at 7:29 PM, Allan said:

Eventually I will get one of the people over at Archive.org to put all the Current Notes into one section (as well as the other Atari magazines) The more commercial Atari magazines have their section.

Besides @Allan effort uploading Current Notes to Archive.org (thanks again, man!!!) there are more CN issues uploaded to archive.org by the Atari historian Kay @Savetz(host of the ANTIC 8-bit podcast) https://archive.org/details/@savetz and Scott Stilphens (the man behind ataricompendium.com) https://archive.org/details/@scottithgames

 

As Allan said, it would be great to have all the Current Notes into one section on archive.org.  Meanwhile, there is a compilation of all these Current Notes issues here: http://www.ataricompendium.com/archives/magazines/current_notes/current_notes.html, although the following uploads by Allan are not still registered in the page:

 

MARCH 1986: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-6-number-2-march-1986

 

APRIL 1990: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-10-number-3-april-1990 

 

JUNE 1990: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-10-number-5-june-1990

 

SEPTEMBER 1990: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-10-number-7-september-1990

 

NOVEMBER 1990: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-10-number-9-november-1990

 

DECEMBER 1990: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-10-number-10-december-1990

 

MARCH 1991: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-11-number-2-march-1991 

 

DECEMBER 1991: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-11-number-10-december-1991

 

JUNE/JULY 1994: https://archive.org/details/current-notes-volume-14-number-5-june-july-1994/mode/2up

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Wow, thanks!  I'm going through the '86-'88 issues to get a better idea on what was happening with Atari Corp. during those trying years.  Even as a club newsletter, they had a "Secret Sunnyvale Corespondant" who spilled the beans on what's going on the inside.

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11 hours ago, MrMaddog said:

Wow, thanks!  I'm going through the '86-'88 issues to get a better idea on what was happening with Atari Corp. during those trying years.  Even as a club newsletter, they had a "Secret Sunnyvale Corespondant" who spilled the beans on what's going on the inside.

Please do share interesting findings with us :)

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