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Article #556 (635 is last): From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news Subject: New Magazine needs Submissions! Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current) Posted-By: xx004 (Atari SIG) Date: Thu Dec 18 11:28:06 1997 From: "/\\/\\/\\/\\--VoRTeX--/\\/\\/\\/\\"
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 1997 02:01:08 -0500 Hi Everyone, Currently, I am working on a little magazine for older computers(mostly commodore and atari but all others are welcome to) to help support users out there. There seems to be alot of support for older systems just not in one place. I want to do features and listings on web-sites, companies, individuals who support these older machines. I would like to have articles on hardware upgrades and modifications for these machines along with new and innovative software. I will also provide very low cost advertising for those who wish to sell their hardware/software new or used. I think I can publish it quarterly with no problems. The format will be simple and cost effective for me to produce, 8.5in by 11in pages folded in half(booklet form), and will hopefully have at least 16 pages. I have not figured out a price for this yet but more than likeley about $1 will pay for the printing and the postage. I will be taking submissions for articles right now. They can pretty much consist of anything(reviews, opinions, programming, hardware modifications, and most importantly getting these machines online.) All submissions will get proper credit! Also I am in need of a name for this mag, so please send in your ideas! Please send all submissions to: Vintag_Micro@yahoo.com I hope something like this would be of interest to others. Thank You, Jon -- Michael Current, mailto:email@example.com 8-bit Atari FAQ and Vendor Lists, http://www.faqs.org/faqs/atari-8-bit/ Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG, telnet://freenet-in-c.cwru.edu (go atari) St. Paul Atari Computer Enthusiasts, http://www.library.carleton.edu/space/