Spoke to them on the phone looks like they've been rescued retrogamer may be
sent out week tomorrow!!
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Gareth Price <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>Spoke to them on the phone looks like they've been rescued retrogamer may be
>sent out week tomorrow!!
No news of this anywhere else. Could it be that they are trying to fob
subscribers off or is something really happening?
New News spoke to them yesterday and they are in talks should be in a
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I've been able to update the capabilities that one expects from man
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On Aug 8, 10:27=A0am, Louis Ohland <ohl...@charter.net> wrote:
> =A0 =A0On the IBMMuseum and Bowling sites, the man pages are not there.
> I go away for a few months and the place goes to wrack and ruin.
This is all I see on my box:
Oddly, the files are there, but the link didn't seem to work.
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I had to post about this excellent website that I found.
After all, an NTSC to VGA converter does have to do with the Apple II,
isn't it ?
> I had to post about this excellent website that I found.
> After all, an NTSC to VGA converter does have to do with the Apple II,
> isn't it ?
Jorge, this is a *great* site--thanks!
NadaNet networking for Apple II computers!
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3 - How much input do you have in the final design, layout, and cover
of your book?
4 - How much input do you have on the content? Will it be edited to a
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I�ve been using Subversion for a while to maintain the PHP web apps and
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