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From: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG) Subject: Z*Magazine: 4-Apr-89 #151 Date: Sat Sep 25 15:47:41 1993 =============================================================================== |SYNDICATE ZMAGAZINE| | Issue #151 | | April 4, 1989 | |Copyright 1989, SPC| =============================================================================== |This week in ZMagazine| <*> PC Pursuit Update <*> Turbo 8-16 News <*> 1st Stop Computer Systems, LTD Bruce Hansford <*> April Fool's Treat #1 <*> April Fool's Treat #2 <*> Crazy Eights #3 Robert Buman <*> GEnie's March 8-bit Uploads =============================================================================== |PC PURSUIT UPDATE| =============================================================================== Courtesy of STZmagazine #14 |PC Pursuit Rate Schedule| | Effective July 1, 1989 | Administrative charges: Registration Fee, payable on a one time basis when Telenet receives and processes your order: $30/order. Password Change Fee, payable each time a new password is issued: $5/password. Membership Fees: Regular Membership, includes up to 30 hours of non-prime time usage. >$30/month< Family Membership, includes up to 60 hours of non-prime time usage. >$50/month< Handicapped Membership, includes up to 90 hours of non-prime time usage. >$30/month< Access Charges: Non-Prime Hours; Usage exceeding membership limits: $3/hour Prime Hours: $10.50/hour Notes: 1) Non-Prime Time hours are: 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 A.M. local time Monday through Thursday; 6:00 P.M. Friday to 7:00 A.M. Monday. All day, New Year's Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. 2) Prime Time hours are: 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. local time Monday through Friday. 3) Usage is rounded to the nearest minute for purpose of calculating total usage on each connection. All calls are subject to a minimum call duration of two minutes unless they are one minute or less. Calls of one minute or less are not billed. 4) Any portion of a call to Pursuit during prime time will result in the entire session being billed at prime time rates. 5) Sales tax will be billed as applicable and is not included in the fixed monthly fees. 6) A Regular Membership will allow access for one subscriber at the Regular Membership rate using single ID and password. Family Membership will allow one subscriber, or one subscriber and their immediate family members, access at the Family Membership rate using a single password and ID. 7) Handicapped membership guidelines are posted to the NetExchange Bulletin Board System and are available upon request from Telenet. 8) All of Telenet's PC Pursuit charges will be billed the month following actual usage. 9) There may be charges to you for the use of the online computer systems to which you gain access through PC Pursuit. These charges, if any, will be billed to you by those operating the online computer systems and not by Telenet. =============================================================================== |TURBO 8-16 NEWS| =============================================================================== Courtesy of GEnie's 8-bit RT Bulletin Board For those interested... I am currently working a deal with a vendor which already produces a major C implementation for the ST, PC, Amiga, and Mac, to supply their run-time library for use with the Turbo-816 (Turbo-C16). The already have the run-time for the 6502 and will license it to me for a *VERY* reasonable price. It is very very good (and fast as it was designed for embedded control applications) and compact. Everyone cross your fingers, as this would be a real breakthrough... I may also release a Turbo-C08 runtime library at the same time, for people who are not using the Turbo-816. So everyone might gain from it, not just T816 users...although I am banking on the C16 version to be the main one as the C types will appreciate the extra speed, program size, and RAM availability that the T816 provides. To update everyone in a nutshell.... The 8-bit emulation section of the Turbo OS is considered done...!!! The 16-bit section only lacks the insertion and testing of the allocate & execute application routines. Some new features already inserted: $E49F DOBANK xe banked memory control $E4A2 CALUSR BASIC interface to CIO calls $E4A5 CALCOS calculate checksum of memory block $E4A8 CLRSCR clear the screen buffer $E4AB SIONOR direct call to SIO, bypassing PBI routines $E4AE CPYBUF copy up to 64k from-to anywhere in 16Mb range $E4B1 FILPAT fill up to 64k block with specified pattern (16mb rng) $E4B4 NATVEC call CIO function from outside base 64k addresses $E4B7 ALLSAV save all registers (16-bit) and return in EMU mode $E4BA ALLRES restore all registers and return in NAT mode $E4BD TBANKT check and test 'XE' banked memory (up to 256k) $E4C0 TBUSST check Explicit RAM or ROM availability $E4C3 TETRAM check Expanded RAM availability (up to 8Mb) $E4C6 TALLOC allocate any of the 4 types of memory to an application $E4C9 TDEALO de-allocate memory from an application (TALLOCated) $E4CC TINSTA install an application $E4CF TREMOV remove an application which was TINSTAlled $E4D2 TEXECU execute an installed application $E4D5 TTERMI terminate an TINSTAlled/TEXECUted application Also, a menu program is resident which can select: Coldstart Resident Byte/Atascii memory dumper (16Mb range 128 bytes at a time) Memory clear routines for all 4 types of memory RAM/ROM search and logging utility Keyboard F/X control cursor to any corner of the screen keyboard click toggle screen dma control SIO noise toggle keyboard repeat rate keyboard delay rate Execute up to 8 resident turbo-applications Install/Remove up to 8 turbo devices On the hardware side... The Turbo-816 Version-2 board design is finalized and the CAD people have it in their hands for plotting and auto-routing. The same applies to the ROM/SRAM boards The backplane has been finalized The dynamic ram board (256k/1m/4m/8m) is currently being finalized. Hopefully this will be done by may and boards available in June. We are still not satisfied with any video systems which have been evaluated...either the quality or the price is not where I want it. I would appreciate any comments! |Chuck| =============================================================================== |1ST STOP COMPUTER SYSTEMS LTD| =============================================================================== |by Bruce Hansford| ********** ************ ** ** ** ** ** ** ** 1ST STOP ** ** COMPUTER ** ** SYSTEMS ** ** LTD ** ** 800-252-2787 ** ** ** ** ** ************ ********** SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !!!!! 1st STOP Computer Systems Ltd. is proud to announce the opening of a NEW full-service national dealership specializing in software and hardware for the Atari line of computer products. Order lines are open as of April 3, 1989. 1st STOP will carry the vast majority of Atari related software and hardware brands at discount prices, fully guaranteed, and shipped via UPS within hours. All software will be covered by the 1st STOP satisfaction guarantee policy: if, within 30 days, you are not fully satisfied with any software item purchased, your purchase price will be refunded, if in re-saleable condition (subject to re-packaging fees, of course). VISA, MasterCard, and Discover Card purchases are encouraged with no additional cost to the customer. A 50-state toll-free order line is available from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (EST) Monday through Friday and 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturdays. Our knowledgeable representatives will help you find the right products for your Atari at the RIGHT price. 1st STOP will be unlike most other computer companies in business today. We will be quickly expanding into the distribution of public domain software, our own line of commercial software, and custom application packages. We have recently signed agreements with a rapidly growing software developer to produce many new applications for the Atari ST line and others. We are currently seeking new and unique applications to integrate into our expanding product line. We are proud to announce that 1st STOP will be managed and operated by Mr. Robert "Bob" Lindsey, who, for the past two years, has been the manager of MicrOtyme in Kettering. If you've dealt with Bob before, you know that we've got to be a highly reputable operation. The corporate ownership consists of Bob, Mr. Steven M. Schoemann and Mr. Bruce Hansford. Mr. Schoemann (Steve) has owned and operated Schoemann Enterprises, a home-grown retail business which has primarily handled Atari products since 1979. Mr. Hansford is the owner of AGT Computer Services, an ST public domain software distributor and creator of many commercial, shareware, and public domain clip-art products. Mr. Hansford is the former president and current newsletter editor for the Miami Valley Atari Computer Enthusiasts (MVACE) in Dayton, Ohio. We are ATARI people from 'way back' and will do our best to keep you, our customers, satisfied. Watch for 1st STOP advertising starting in April in many Atari publications such as STart, ST Log, and the terrific new user group publication from Zmag, Z*NET. Check us out. Make 1st STOP your last stop for computer products. P.S. If you're a developer or distributor, put us on your mailing list as soon as possible. If you're an Atari user group, send us your newsletter. We may be new, but you're going to be hearing lots of good things about 1st STOP! 1st STOP Computer Systems Ltd. 7085 Corporate Way Dayton, OH 45459 Toll-free order line ----> 800-252-2787 Info and technical line -> 513-438-0551 FAX line ----------------> 513-257-5883 GEnie -------------------> B.HANSFORD Open April 3, 1989 =============================================================================== |APRIL FOOL'S TREAT #1| =============================================================================== Courtesy of GEnie's 8-bit RT (This file is known as HOTNEWS.TXT) ATARI ANNOUNCES SWEEPING REORGANIZATION; 8-BIT COMPUTER LINES AND HOME VIDEO GAMES SOLD TO COLECO; NEW HIGH END WORKSTATIONS ANNOUNCED; HEADQUARTERS MOVES TO GERMANY Sunnyvale, CA, UPI, 1 April 89 Atari Corporation, an American Exchange Corporation, announced today a sweeping reorganization plan designed to focus the company on its successful product lines and make it more competitive globally. The first step in this new program involves the sale of its 10-year-old line of 6502-based computers, now known as the XE series, to Coleco. Also sold were the home video game lines consisting of the 2600, 7800, and XE game system. Coleco, whose last venture into this marketplace was the Coleco Adam, a widely praised design plagued by engineering difficulties, and the Colecovision game system. Purchase terms were not disclosed, but Atari was believed to have received in excess of fifty thousand dollars in cash and warrants. Atari took the industry by surprise by announcing a new workstation product based on technology first utilized in the company's ST computer line. The workstation, based on the Sun Microsystems SPARC processor, uses Atari proprietary custom chips to handle graphics. It also uses the Inmos transputer chips to improve processing power. This new system, termed "revolutionary" by company president Sam Tramiel, can achieve processing speeds in the range of 100 times the speed of an IBM PS/2 model 70, at about the same retail price. While its primary operating system is the same as in the Atari ST computers, sophisticated emulation packages were announced by third parties, allowing it to use MSDOS, OS/2, and Macintosh software packages. Despite the software emulation method, the raw processing speed of this system allows it to actually outperform IBM PCs and Macintoshes. The new system, dubbed the Atari FU (for Floating-point Ultimate), is perceived by industry observers as a potential NeXT-killer. It features: o Graphics resolution of 2048 x 1600 pixels with 16 trillion colors. The monitor uses LCD-shutter technology described as "3-D capable". o Internal magneto-optical drive with multiple platter changer, total storage of 5 gigabytes online o Interface ports for Ethernet, Appletalk, 2 serial (up to 128 Kbaud), 2 parallel, optical mouse, digital quadrophonic sound, and X-10 controller Despite the Atari's history of pre-announcing products, this system was shown in final form to reporters, and was reported to have arrived in computer dealer showrooms throughout North America and Europe in time for this announcement. U.S. list price on a standard system, including monitor, laser printer, and 8 megabytes of RAM memory, is $9999.95. In a less surprising announcement, Atari announced plans to move its corporate headquarters to Braunschweig, West Germany. It's U.S. operation will continue to be headed by Senior Executive Vice President Sig Hartmann, himself a German immigrant. According to Chairman and CEO Jack Tramiel, "We found that with our headquarters in the U.S., our European operations had achieved their full potential. By moving my corporate managers to Germany, we hope to allow the North American operation to do the same. By 1990, we plan to be the dominant computer company in the U.S.A., the way we are in countries such as Luxembourg today." Wall Street reacted overwhelmingly to these announcements. Atari's stock closed at 29 1/8, up over 20 points; Apple dropped 5 to 34 3/4, IBM dropped 11 1/8 to 99 1/4, and Coleco dropped 3 to 2 1/2. =============================================================================== |APRIL FOOL'S TREAT #2| =============================================================================== Courtesy of GEnie's 8-bit RT (This file is known as ZBROKE00.ASC) SIX DIE IN FIREY PROTESTS; ATARI SALE HOAX BLAMED Sparked by an April Fools prank, protest turned to tragedy in dozens of cities this week. Six persons were killed and another 13 injured when a 30 foot tall "GEOFFREY" fell, burning, into an angry crowd gathered outside a "TOYS 'R US" store in sub-suburban Urbana, Alabama. Minor injuries are reported from five other locations of similar disturbances. At least one suicide attempt seems related to the affair, and Hospital officials in Middlesex, New Jersey, refuse to release the name of the unfortunate victim. However, Mrs. Kovacs says Ron is doing much better now that he knows that the "sale" was only a joke. In a scene repeated in towns across the country, thousands of owners of the ATARI brand of home computers joined in mass burnings of their machines and software in apparent reaction to a false announcement that ATARI had sold the line to COLECO, a toy manufacturer best known for "Cabbage Patch Dolls". Hardest hit was the midwest, where Atari dealers are as plentiful as Burger Kings. In at least nine cases, the fires raged out of control and endangered surrounding buildings. The largest fires were reported in Southeastern Michigan, where a mob of thousands of protesters, mostly identified with the militant "CHAOS" street gang, burned and looted an entire mall. "They wouldn't sell the ATARI here-- they are responsible!" was shouted by some as the flames drove customers from the Service Merchandise, K-Mart, Sears, and Target stores in the Nirvana Plains Mall, near the site where a pair of major "Atarifests" are still scheduled for this spring. Local officials may force the shows to be canceled, fearing another scene. Ironically, most of the damage was localized in a KAY-BEE store that did feature an ample supply of cartridges for the game-based systems. Only a block away, owners of Computerland and Inacomp stores hardly looked up during the fray. "It's not our affair" sniffed one representative from the business computer stores. Sadly, the entire reaction was based on misinformation posted as an April Fool's joke on the GEnie Telecommunication Service. In a bogus press release, Atari was said to have sold its 8-bit computer and game line to Coleco, and was focusing on a new line of super-desktop computers. Apparently, the already high-strung Atari computer owners reacted before finishing reading the entire document, which grew more and more absurd toward the end. None of the claims were true. However, even those who read the entire posting were hard pressed to distinguish fact from fantasy. "We've been asked to believe so much through the years, this was not really that far out of line with product announcements we received even last year," said one user-group President who wished to remain unidentified. Mr. Sell continued, "The whole thing is blown out of proportion. I really deplore the violence anyway. Besides, those Cabbage folks know how to crack a market." Darlah Pine, chief system operator of the Atari areas of GEnie where the entire event originated, could not be reached for direct comment. However, in a prepared statement, Ms. Pine expressed great sorrow and made a "heartfelt apology" for having allowed the hoax to occur. Sources close to Pine, who also wishes to remain anonymous, say she is in a state of shock, refusing to believe that she played a part in the disaster that will mark this hoax as second only to Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast in 1938. APRIL FOOL! AGAIN! =============================================================================== |CRAZY EIGHTS #3| =============================================================================== |by Robert Buman| SAGE 8-bit Librarian Spectrum Atari Group of Erie Courtesy of GEnie's 8-bit RT |ATARI GOES TABLOID!| Extra-Extra! Read all about a new publication for Atari 8-bit computer users. I got a large envelope in the SAGE mail box from a company called Irata Lirpa. Inside was a newspaper and this letter from its publisher Eno Lirpa: Dear Sir, Your 'Crazy-Eights' column has been reviewed by our editing department. We are introducing a weekly publication exclusively for Atari 400/800/XL/XE computers. We would like to negotiate a contract with you to write a column to be published in our weekly. Enclosed is a copy of the premier issue for your approval. Call us soon. We'll have lunch. Eno What a great idea! There are monthly magazines and newsletters for us 8-bitters but who'd have thought there would be someone crazy enough to put out a weekly! Distribution will be radical too. Eno doesn't plan to have his newspaper rotting away at bookstores. No sir! He plans to distribute to supermarket chains! Put the weekly right where people shop. Fantastic idea. This could introduce a whole new audience to our beloved 8-bit computers, many of whom may never have wanted to get within 10 feet of a computer. This could lead to other mergings of computers and shoppers (where have I heard that before?) Someday maybe food chains like Krogers will offer a free software disk with a $50 minimum purchase. (SIGH), dream on... I was so impressed I decided to share some of the more interesting articles. HEADLINE: ASTRONOMERS AMAZED! ATARI 800 SEEN ON MOON. Astronomers at the observatory in Sri Lanka were shocked when their huge telescope, focused on the Moon's surface, revealed a 1979 vintage Atari 800 computer. "It was just sitting there, next to the B-52 bomber and the statue of Elvis." Scientists fear that whoever put the computer there will be coming back to Earth for a disk drive and monitor. HEADLINE: CLEVER BIGAMIST: MAN SECRETLY MARRIED TO 20 WOMEN LIVING IN THE SAME APARTMENT COMPLEX. Donald MacDoogal of Cheshire, England was arrested and charged with 20 counts of bigamy. Incredibly, not only did none of the women realize they were married to the same man, but they were all GOOD FRIENDS! "It was quite easy, really!" beamed Mr. MacDoogal. "I used my Atari computer to juggle my schedule! MacDoogal was arrested while purchasing a new fuse for his power strip. HEADLINE: COMPUTER VIRUS FOUND IN VIDEO GAME CARTRIDGES A computer virus was discovered in game cartridges stored in an abandonded warehouse in Encino, California. The virus displays a variety of messages that can barely be observed by the average game player. Experts in the field of subliminal influencing say a message can be programmed to flash on the screen for a split second using the interrupt vector. Children could be especially prone, due to the many hours they spend playing games. The investigation leading to the discovery of the tainted game-cartridges began last October after a little girl in Waco, Texas flushed her goldfish down the toilet. "My computer told me to!" she insisted. HEADLINE: PSYCHICS PREDICT: 1989 BANNER YEAR FOR ATARI Irata staff-psychic Madam Juanita has released these predictions for Atari in 1989. "I seeee...Fuji-shaped statue, as eef suspended een mid air and iss speenning! I seeee...Great bird SOARing by...Now I see zee words "ATARI 130 XE...words are also speening and speening" "Can only mean beeg things for Atari! Soon to make much money from 8-bit computers!" Wow! I just know this LIRPA weekly will be a big success, with articles like those. Great side-line stuff, too like this quiz: "Are you user-friendly?", or the weekly photo contest, "Cutest baby playing with Atari". I give the new supermarket tabloid a big cheer, and here it is: A P R I L F O O L S ! ! ! OK, let's dig into our REAL mail bag now. Here's a letter from Curtis R. Johnson, acting President of U.F.F.D.A. of F-M (United, Friendly, Fanatic & Dedicated Atarians of Fargo-Moorhead). Some initials, huh? Curtis wants to add three reasons to our notorious list of why 8-bits are better than 16! 1. The eight-bits have more cartridges than the 16-bits. 2. You can move the 8-bit easier than the 16-bit. Just take the small box on the back of the TV, and the 8-bit and some cartridges to a friend's house. You need to take the monitor with the 16-bit. 3. You can let a child play the 8-bit a) because it is easier to use, and b) if an accident would happen, it would be less expensive to repair. Great reasons, Curtis! Your Complimentary Colorful SAGE labels are in the mail. If you want to give us your "eight-bit's worth", here's our address: SAGE Att'n "Crazy Eights" P.O. Box 10562 Erie, PA 16514 You WILL write to Crazy Eights!...You WILL write to Crazy Eights!...You WILL write to Crazy Eights!...I programmed that message into a million "Star-Raiders" cartridges! Why do you think Curtis Johnson wrote????? Until we meet again, keep it crazy! =============================================================================== |GEnie's March 8-bit Uploads| =============================================================================== Courtesy of GEnie's 8-bit RT Edited by Harold Brewer # FILENAME Address-YYMMDD-Bytes-Access-Lib Description 4248 ZBROKE00.ASC ZMAGAZINE 890330 5040 81 10 Desc: HOTTER! 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GENIE'S TOP 100 4216 ZMAGAZINE_147.ARC ZMAGAZINE 890307 22680 105 13 Desc: ZMAGAZINE ISSUE #147 MARCH 7, 1989 4215 COLRCODE.ARC JDPOTTER 890306 8820 55 7 Desc: Three graphics 9 to one APAC convert 4214 WHEEL.DCM R.HEFNER 890306 45360 20 10 Desc: WHEEL OF FORTUNE! Need DISKCOM.OBJ 4212 XGIRLS.ARC M.PEMBERTON 890304 74340 156 19 Desc: R pix of (mostly) XXX stars 4211 PADWANTD.TXT RGOLDMAN 890304 1260 10 11 Desc: I'm looking for Atari/Koala Pad 4210 SPECIALS.TXT TOAD-SERV. 890302 5040 103 22 Desc: ATI SPECIALS FROM TOAD COMP. 4209 INDUSFIX.TXT RBMIER 890301 7560 37 12 Desc: INST TO USE 1050 DECK IN AN INDUS 4207 DETERMCLIX.ARC CRAIG.S.THOM 890301 2520 59 8 Desc: CLI for DETERM and SpartaDOS X 4206 DETERMUTIL.ARC CRAIG.S.THOM 890301 2520 104 8 Desc: External utility for DETERM 1.59 4205 DETERMPAK.ARC CRAIG.S.THOM 890301 6300 104 8 Desc: Externals and additions for DETERM 4204 DETERMHELP.ARC CRAIG.S.THOM 890301 22680 73 8 Desc: Online help files for DETERM ___________________________________ | Syndicate Publishing Company | | P.O. 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