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Atari Software Preservation Initiative

Atari Software Preservation Initiative From site: "Many thousands of titles were released for the Atari on cartridges, diskettes and cassettes. The magnetic media was not designed for prolonged life and is failing due to age and poor storage. It is important that we preserve this software now before it is lost forever. Essential resource for

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ANTIC Interview 259 – Wynn Smith, Mosaic Electronics

Wynn Smith, Mosaic Electronics Wynn Smith was co-founder of Mosaic Electronics, a company that produced memory upgrade cards for the Atari 400 and 800 computers, as well as the Commodore 64 and VIC-20. He started at Tektronix, where be wrote code for the OEM graphics division at the age of 17. After Mosaic, he worked

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Word Processors for the Atari: A Comparison

by Jon Loveless Published in ANTIC, April 1984 Issue There are currently three true word processors available for the ATARI, and that in itself creates a few problems. Typically, you would run out and buy one the moment one of 2 things occur: 1. you have the money, or 2. you find a store that

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