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From: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG) Subject: News - Oct.92 - Dec.92 Date: Mon Feb 28 15:08:37 1994 Time Capsule - News - Oct.92 - Dec.92 ------------------------------------- News Subject Title Date Posted ------------------ ----------- Atari Classics update Oct.06,1992 Atari Classics: first issue is out! Oct.15,1992 Atari Classics: On Time, On Schedule Oct.27,1992 Atari SIG Newswire: 04-Nov-92 Nov.04,1992 Digi-Studio sell-off Nov.07,1992 J.D.Potter Utilities Collection Nov.10,1992 AC FREE ISSUE ENDS DECEMBER 15 Dec.08,1992 Dean Garraghty -- Atari 8-Bit Support Dec.17,1992 -------------------------------------- Article #320 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Atari Classics update Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Tue Oct 6 15:03:55 1992 2-Oct-92 ********************** A T A R I C L A S S I C S ********************** TE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDA Well, I've been keeping kinduv a low profile the past few weeks. With good reason: I've been hard at work on the Premier Issue of Atari Classics. Our first issue will be 32 pages cover-to-cover. It will be distributed for free beginning Oct. 10 (the kickoff of our subscription drive) at the WAACE AtariFest in Reston, VA; and it will contain a subscription form in the back (we will even take VISA/ MasterCard!). I just received the proof copy of the Premier Issue a couple days ago. It looks nice by any standard, but actually it's a miracle considering the unbelievably short time that elapsed between the time AC started from nothing (August 5) till the copy deadline of Sept. 19. I mustah been plumb crazy to think I could locate & hire a staff of 15-20 people, get them to write stuff, solicit ads, & throw together a professionally printed magazine in six weeks. Fortunately, as most of you know- I *AM* crazy- which is probably why AC is now rolling forward with irresistable momentum. The magazine is now at the printer, & latest word from our Publisher is that it will be ready early next week. I'm now biting my nails to the quick wondering if the 500 issues I'm supposed to distribute at the Fest will arrive before I depart for Virginia on Oct. 9. Lotsa fun, waiting. Gee, what's that gnashing sound? Wups.... my teeth again. We'll start officially accepting subscriptions the week of Oct. 12. You can still get on our mailing list for a FREE complimentary copy of the Premier Issue by sending your POSTAL MAILING ADDRESS to: ATARI CLASSICS 179 Sproul Rd./Rt. 352 Frazer, PA 19355 USA We prefer that you should get our magazine in your hands first. If you like it, just snip out the subscription form in the back, fill it out, & send it in with your payment. Up till this year I was just a simple research chemist; this Managing Editor stuff is new ground for me (I'm still a chemist, only now I do Editor stuff at night). During that final week prior to the copy deadline our vendor community had a feeding frenzy. If you guys out there think you're desperate for an 8-bit magazine, let me tell you our vendor/developer community is just as desperate. Consequently, the Premier Issue ended up being something like 30% advertising. And we didn't even try very hard. Now, for issue #2, I'm working with our Advertising Editor to blitz every known 8bit developer/vendor to let them know we exist & are offering low commercial ad rates. The ad solicitation campaign will kick off the same time as our subscription drive. It is AC's intention to rattle every cage & breathe new life into the corpse of every 8bit vendor we can dig up (which is what we might have to do for some of them!). Provided vendor support for the magazine continues strong- AND if we get a strong response to our subscription drive- well, um... mumble, mumble... >cough, cough<, maybe our Publisher will let us go to 40 pages for issue #2 ??? Stay tuned, everyone. - BEN POEHLAND Managing Editor, ATARI CLASSICS "The Magazine for the Dedicated 8-Bit User" ******************************************************************************* -- Article #321 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Atari Classics: first issue is out! Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Thu Oct 15 15:10:50 1992 15-Oct-92 ************************ A T A R I C L A S S I C S ************************ ETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BUL ATARI CLASSICS has arrived. Following a week of anxiety in which our printer didn't quite make the original shipping schedule, at the last moment Pattie Rayl managed to save the day by having the printer ship the magazines directly to the hotel in Reston, Virginia via 2-day air. They arrived in the nick of time, the day before the WAACE AtariFest began. I think the magazine looks GREAT. On the front cover, the unique AC logo is separated from a big Fuji symbol by a heavy black bar that says it all: "The Magazine For The Dedicated 8-Bit User" About 350 copies were on hand for distribution at the Fest. I ended up bring- ing home about 40 of those, all the rest went into the hands of potential subscribers. I spent the whole weekend hawking AC from the Unicorn Publications booth in the main vendor area. About 150 subscription forms were also distributed. Here on the 2nd official day of our subscription drive AC counts 20 paid subscribers. This might not sound like much, but even the larger magazines like AIM or CN would consider this an average figure. Considering this Fest was 93% ST, AC did very well for itself. At the present time we are still working on AC's subscriber database, which we will use to prepare all the mailing labels for the remaining copies of AC that are now languishing at our printer's mailing facility. The mass mailing of the FREE Premier Issue is expected to commence the first week of November. If you have already sent us your mailing address, or if you participated in the Mail Campaign earlier this year, all you have to do is watch your mailbox. If you haven't yet sent us your name but would like to receive the free copy of the Premier Issue, send your postal mailing address to: ATARI CLASSICS 179 Sproul Rd./Rt. 352 Frazer, PA 19355 ATTN: B. Poehland, Mging. Ed. Of the 2000 copies of the Premier Issue that were printed, I estimate we have maybe 400 copies that are not yet spoken for. The Premier Issue contains a subscription form. If you like the magazine, snip out the form (or xerox it), fill it out, & send it in with your payment. For those of you who have been wondering what the subscription prices are, here's the info: USA 3rd class mail $25/yr Canada (surface mail) $30/yr Foreign (all) surface mail $32/yr Europe/Mediterranean AIRmail $38/yr Asia/Pacific area AIRmail $40/yr AC Software Disk (global price)$ 9/yr Subscription prices are for a 1-year period. AC expects to publish on a bimonthly schedule; however, if fewer than 500 subscriptions are received by Dec. 31st our publication schedule will be scaled back accordingly. The AC Software disk will be a double-sided single-density "flippy" containing all the type-in software published in the magazine plus selections from the Public Domain. It will be produced and distributed 3 times/year, concurrently with every other issue of the magazine. The disk will be mailed separately. Our first disk is already in production and will be mailed out in January 1993. Production of Issue #2 of AC is underway and is also scheduled for mailout in January 1993. For those wishing to subscribe using a credit card, we take VISA & MasterCard! Just fill out your credit card info on the subscription form. PLEASE NOTE: there is a $2 surcharge for credit card orders. Credit card orders may also be placed by phone during normal business hours by calling Unicorn Publications at 313-973-8825. We prefer that you should receive our magazine first before you subscribe. It will make our life easier if you use our form, plus it will give you an idea of what our product is like before you plunk down your cash. If you so desire, you can send in a FREE AD with your subscription. Copy deadline for issue #2 is December 5, 1992. Personal ads up to 50 words in length are free to paid subscribers. See the "Swap 'n' Shop" column for rules pertaining to personal ads. Send your postal mailing address NOW to ensure your name will be included in our mass mailout in November!! "Atari 8-Bits Never Say Die" - BEN POEHLAND Managing Editor ATARI CLASSICS ******************************************************************************* -- Article #323 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Atari Classics: On Time, On Schedule Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Tue Oct 27 14:42:31 1992 ************************ A T A R I C L A S S I C S ************************ pdate update update update update update update update update update update upd I was just thinking of the lines from a dumb train song: "Let me tell you the story of Old 49 The fastest engine on the Santa Fe Line: In April of '44 she made her made her wild dash, She made it on time and she did not crash." Well, not much drama there! And I'm pleased to say, that's pretty much how it is with Atari Classics. With absolutely invaluable assistance from Jeff McWilliams (he saved my butt, & probably saved the magazine), I completed the print run of mailing labels for the Premier Issue this past weekend. They are now on their way to our Publisher by 2nd Day Air, & distribution of the magazine will commence this week barring unforseen catastrophes. It looks like the mass mailing of our free Premier Issue will go out to just under 800 people. As result of our activities at the WAACE Fest, subscriptions are now trickling in, about 25 I think. I'm very encouraged that 75% of paid subscribers so far are going for the disk as well. Our Advertising Editor, Dr. Roland Herman, just informed me last week that the ad blitz we are conducting to solicit commercial advertising is in full swing. Approximately 70 letters were sent out to the vendor community to let them know we exist & that our commercial ad rates are a bargain. So, now that our mass mailing is in the works, does that mean you can't get your free copy of our Premier Issue? NOT AT ALL! We still have several hundred issues not spoken for. Those are sitting in my living room, I'm dying to give them away! Send your postal mailing address to: ATARI CLASSICS 179 Sproul Road/Rt. 352 Frazer, PA 19355 ATTN: B. Poehland, Mging. Ed. We will continue to distribute free copies of the Premier Issue until the mailout of Issue #2 in January 1993 or until they run out, whichever happens first. Get 'em while they're hot! And, for everyone who's been dying to press money into our hands in return for a subscription, let me assure you we are AT LAST accepting money! This thing is FOR REAL, people. There's a subscription form on the last page of the Premier Issue, we take credit cards & everything. And all of you who were on the Internet a year ago when this AC movement began- & who participated in the Mail Campaign- give yourselves a big pat on the back. Without your support, & the 615 folks who responded to the Campaign, we would be nowhere. A year ago our community was in total disarray. It is we ourselve who have given our community something at last to look forward to. We are our own future, & Atari Classics is the expression of our collective desires. This will probably be the last Update/Bulletin type thing I'll post. From this point forward the magazine will either be carried to ultimate success by the user community that gave it birth, or it will fail if the user community turns away. You'll all get a chance to vote in November (pun intended!). A few curious notes. Rick Reaser, the 8-Bit Editor of Current Notes, was Paid Subscriber #1. Myself, I came in a tad slow at #24. We both took the disk. And, I'm hoping, the rest of you will follow our example. - BEN POEHLAND Managing Editor ATARI CLASSICS ****************************************************************************** -- Article #324 (376 is last): From: aa384@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Doug Wokoun) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Atari SIG Newswire: 04-Nov-92 Reply-To: aa384@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Doug Wokoun) Posted-By: xx004 (aa384 - Doug Wokoun) Date: Wed Nov 4 20:44:47 1992 This is a compilation of all articles posted to the newswire menu this week. Index: SPA Membership hits 1000 Atari & Kodak Negotiating CD package? Atari is Alive and Well Eric Smith to Join Atari C-LAB Ceases Operations --- -- SPA Membership Hits 1,000 The Software Publishers Association (SPA) announced this week that the association's roster has topped 1,000 members. The SPA, which acts as the industry representative to the federal government and works to stop software piracy, was begun in 1984 with only 25 member companies. --- - Rochester, NY KODAK & ATARI NEGOTIATING CD PACKAGE? ------------- Old 'super snoop is at it again... seems Atari may very well be involved in negotiations with Kodak Corp. relative to CD Rom technology as it relates to Photography etc.. --- - Lake Tahoe, NV ATARI _IS_ ALIVE & WELL! -------------- Contrary to the "populist" beliefs, Atari Corp. is really quite strong financially speaking. Everybody seems to have forgotten the "Tramiel Trust". Jack Tramiel a very wealthy businessman before he purchased Atari, never really invested the bulk of the family fortune into Atari. Time/Warner financed the entire deal at the time of purchase. Therefore, it would stand to reason that a substantial infusion of capital will occur when it is deemed necessary by Jack Tramiel. "Atari will have marketshare in 1993" it has been heard said in 'certain circles'. --- - Ontario, Canada AUTHOR OF MULTI-TOS TO JOIN ATARI --------------- Eric R. Smith, has made it known that he will join Atari on or about the second of November 1993. Smith noted he was making the final preparations to make the move to the USA, (Visa, etc..). "Its not a temporary thing being done to get Multi-Tos done, I'll be working on a wide variety of software projects including Multi-Tos." Smith said. --- - Los Angeles, CA C-LAB is NO MORE..... --------------- Reported by D.R. Kerr, C-Lab, developers and manufacturers of the most successful Atari MIDI sequencing programs, Creator and Notator, is no more. According to the newsletter from Steinberg/Jones, makers of the competing Cubase, C-Lab folded within the last few weeks due to "bickering about finances." Gerhard Lengling, who ran C-Lab, is apparently looking to start another venture. There is no word whether it will involve the Atari platform. Hopefully, something god will arise out of the ashes of this devastating loss to the music and Atari worlds. Notator 3.1 was recently hailed in Keyboard magazine as the best MIDI sequencing program available on any platform. They were also frequent advertisers in the magazine as well and appeared at numerous Atari shows across the country. C-Lab products were recently supported by Ensoniq here in the United States. Presently, there are two active developers of Atari MIDI programs remaining -- Steinberg/Jones and what was Hybrid Arts, Inc., Barefoot Software. Dr. T stopped developing for the Atari within the past year. What does this mean? Besides the obvious loss of support and excellent products to musicians, it is quite a blow to Atari. Atari's only real foothold in the U.S. is through its MIDI abilities. With the best Atari developer for MIDI gone under, that's one less assortment of software to support the Atari platform. --- Article #325 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Digi-Studio sell-off Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Sat Nov 7 18:05:47 1992 Reprinted from Usenet/Internet: =================================== Well, it looks like I have a distributor for Digi-Studio in the US. The price of Digi-Studio in the US will be $29.95. This will include a 50+ page manual and at least 2 disks. It is at the discretion of the distributor whether the asking price includes shipping, but I think it will. This new version of Digi-Studio gets released in the UK on 14th November. It will be available in the US about 2 weeks later. I will release the name and address of the distributor when it gets nearer the time, just in case there are any last minute problems. Because the new version is coming out, I need to clear out all remaining copies of the "old" packages 1 and 1.5. You should all have the info on these already (I sent enough copies out on the net!!). I don't have many copies left, so it's first come, first served. Here's what's left with the new prices: Package 1 and 1.5 packs - 2 manuals, 2 disks. 20 copies left. UK price 4pounds, US price $10 Package 1.5 only - 1 manual, 1 disk. 10 copies left. UK price 2pounds, US price $5 These US prices INCLUDE shipping from the UK. You can pay in cash in US$. Just write your name and address on a piece of paper, put in the right amount of cash and send it direct to me at the address below. These packs will also be offered in the UK, so you may like to email me to reserve copies before sending your order. You may like to register your letter at the post office, which costs $3. But, we're only talking about a few dollars here, so you probably don't want to bother! Send orders to: DEAN GARRAGHTY (DIGI SELL-OFF) 23 YSTWYTH CLOSE PENPARCAU ABERYSTWYTH WALES, UK SY23 3RU EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dean Garraghty. -- Article #326 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: J.D.Potter Utilities Collection Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Tue Nov 10 12:49:20 1992 Reprinted from Z*Net: 7-Nov-92 #9217 ###### 8-BIT OWNERS UPDATE ###### By Jeff Potter ###### --------------------------------------------------------------- The J.D.Potter Collection of Graphics File Conversion Utilities My collection of graphics picture file conversion utilities were developed to allow the users of the classic 8-bit Atari computers access to the myriad graphic files previously available only to other computers. Some of these work with the APAC mode, which is a combination of graphics 9 and 11 which provides 256 different colors on-screen at once. (Note that APAC mode may not work well with certain monitors. It does work well with ordinary television sets. Contact me for information on monitors if you are uncertain). Other programs of mine work with a new mode (which I created) called ColorView. ColorView provides 4096 colors in 80 x 192 pixel resolution, or 64 colors in 160 x 192 pixel resolution. All products with ColorView also allow interactive color tuning from the keyboard, so you can set the color for your system without adjusting your monitor or television's color controls. ColorView also works on all monitors, including those which APAC does not. APACVIEW This program is both a decoder and viewer for GIF picture files. It lets you load GIF files and view them in one of several modes: Graphics 9, APAC, or Graphics 15. You may then save them in APAC mode, or create three-color separations for use with COLRVIEW (available separately). You can use a joystick to interactively choose areas of the image to "zoom in on". Version 2.4 lets you view certain newer files that earlier versions failed to load, as well as fixing some other shortcomings. APACSHOW This is a slideshow program that loads APAC mode files from disk for display one after another. A random-pixel dissolve from one image to another occurs every several seconds, which can be interrupted and restarted. COLRVIEW This program is the viewer for ColorView files created with APACVIEW, or downloaded from Bulletin Boards. The latest version (2.6) lets you view all the ColorView files on a disk in "slideshow" mode. DEGASRD This program lets you view Atari ST Degas format (standard or compressed, any resolution) in Graphics 9 or 15 monochrome, or in ColorView's 64 or 4096 color modes. Version 1.1 provides the same "slideshow" feature mentioned above. GIFNCODE This program allows you to load four popular Atari picture formats (MicroPainter, Micro Illustrator/Koala, Graphics 8 and 9) and convert them to GIF files. This can be done interactively, letting you convert an entire disk of pictures one after another without memorizing the filenames. This is useful for Atarians who want to exchange their pictures with other computer users via bulletin boards. ILBMREAD This program lets you load and view Amiga IFF pictures in APAC mode. The flexible joystick interface allows you to select rectangular sections of the image for further inspection. ILBMREAD also saves the output in APAC mode. All programs come with DOC files to help you understand all the important features. I also give advice on where to find source pictures for the various formats. I include my mail address as well as my e-mail address for GEnie and CompuServe, as I am always glad to receive feedback and fix any problems that may arise. All programs released so far are shareware, but if you cannot find them on your local bulletin board or pay service, they can be ordered directly from me at the following prices: PROGRAM VERSION PRICE -------- ------- ----- APACVIEW 2.4 8.50 APACSHOW 2.3 6.50 COLRVIEW 2.6 8.50 DEGASRD 1.1 8.50 GIFNCODE 1.0 6.50 ILBMREAD 2.1 6.50 Special price on APACVIEW/COLRVIEW combination: $16.00. Prices include postage and handling, in U.S. dollars (money orders preferred, personal checks accepted). Printed docs will be supplied. Disks will be SSSD unless specified otherwise (I can provide up to DSDD). The spare disk space will be filled with sample pictures usable by the selected program. Please include your full mailing address. Hope to hear from YOU soon! Jeff Potter 814 Banbury Drive Port Orange, FL 32119 GEnie: JDPOTTER CIS: 74030,2020 Internet: email@example.com -- Article #327 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: AC FREE ISSUE ENDS DECEMBER 15 Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Tue Dec 8 11:01:39 1992 ******************************************************************************* A T A R I C L A S S I C S LETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN BU ******************************************************************************* [Jeff, please forward to the Digest, all my posts to CSA8 for the past 4 weeks have bounced, the sysadmins here say the problem is at Berkeley & the Postmaster there has not replied to my request for assistance.] The mass mailout of AC's Premier Issue during the last week of October/ first week of November has moved somewhat slower than anticipated. Here we are one month after the mass mailing, & I'm still getting reports from people who JUST NOW received the magazine. That's rather sobering. It's also creating a huge logistical problem. Apparently a lot of folks received AC just before Thanksgiving, which was real convenient. Now the paid subscriptions are flooding in here like 50-60/week. In the meantime, new requests for the Premier Issue are still coming in at a fair pace, plus we are also receiving a lot of postal & email (total 120/week). Add to that, production on Issue #2 began this past weekend (December 5 was our copy dead- line for the February 1993 issue). And production of our first disk is scheduled to commence later this month. I'm a resourceful fellow, but I'm not superman. Something has to go. Therefore, free distribution of the Premier Issue will cease after: D E C E M B E R 1 5, 1 9 9 2 which is a week or two earlier than I had planned on. All distributions (free or otherwise) will cease between December 15, 1992 and January 30, 1993 while the Staff is occupied with issue #2 & the first AC Disk. Inquiries received during that period will be delayed until February. At that time delayed inquiries will be sent only a subscription form as a response. Remaining copies of the Premier Issue (if any) will be listed in issue #2 as Back Order Sales (price to be announced). A few statistics: Total copies of AC distributed to date: ca. 1500 Copies distributed at the WAACE Fest : ca. 280 Copies distributed in the mass mailing: ca. 770 Copies I've mailed out myself : ca. 450 Copies returned for bad addresses : ca. 15 (1% of total) Total paid subscriptions so far : ca. 200 % of paid subscribers taking the disk : ca. 70% - BEN POEHLAND Managing Editor Circulation Editor ATARI CLASSICS Magazine ****************************************************************************** -- Article #328 (376 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: Dean Garraghty -- Atari 8-Bit Support Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current) Date: Thu Dec 17 15:16:47 1992 DEAN GARRAGHTY -- ATARI 8-BIT SUPPORT * Public Domain. 155 DS disks available from only 1.25pounds a disk! * News-Disk. The on-disk newsletter. Just 4.00pounds for a 4 issue subscription! Issues 1-9 available as back issues for just 5.00pounds the set! * Commercial Software Publishing. Including Digi-Studio -- a music creation system for digitized sounds. This is also available from our U.S. supplier! We also sell all Power Per Post products in the UK! * Software Exchange. Get rid of your unwanted tapes/disks/carts. and swap them for PD from our library! Also, the software collected through this scheme is sold off cheaply! * Hardware. Re-conditioned hardware sometimes available. Hardware is also bought (working or not). All prices quoted are for the U.K. only. For foreign orders, a subscription to the News-Disk costs 10pounds. The 1-9 pack also costs 10pounds. The full PD catalogue with UK and foreign prices is available on our on-disk catalogue, which costs 1pound in the UK, and 2.50pounds elsewhere. A free copy of the catalogue is supplied with the News-Disk pack. Payment should be made in UK funds by British cheque/PO or by IMO for foreign orders, or by cash in pounds sterling, or US$. Translate as 1pound=$2 to take care of the exchange fee if paying in US$. Please use registered mail if sending cash. Digi-Studio is available in the US from: Lance Tatman, 844 Kern Street, Richmond, CA 94805. For UK and non-US Digi-Studio enquiries, contact us at the address below. Digi-Studio product information and order forms available from us, or from the US supplier. Send SASE for details. All other products mentioned available from: Dean Garraghty, 62 Thomson Ave, Balby, Doncaster, DN4 0NU, ENGLAND. --
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