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Article #126 (214 is last):
From: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG)
Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.product.8bit.zmag
Subject: Z*Magazine: 14-Sep-88 #123
Reply-To: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG)
Date: Sun Sep 12 17:13:27 1993


[This copy of Z*Mag #123 appears to be incomplete.--aa700]
========================================================================
-------| Syndicate ZMagazine    Issue #123    September 14, 1988  |-----
                      | HOT Atari News and Reviews |

-----------------| American Publishing Enterprises, Inc |----------------
-----------------| Post Office Box 74                   |----------------
-----------------| Middlesex, New Jersey 08846-0074     |----------------

    PUBLISHER     GENERAL MANAGER     ZMag EDITOR     ASSISTANT EDITOR
    Ron Kovacs     R. F. Mariano      John Deegan     Carlos Hernandez
=========================================================================
    Available on: * CompuServe * GEnie * Delphi * The Source * F-Net *
=========================================================================
        Copyright (c) 1988  APEInc, SPC -- All Rights Reserved --

                                 CONTENTS
_________________________________________________________________________
|*| Editors Desk......John Deegan |*| Reader Commentary ...D. LaFontaine 
|*| CounterPoint.......R. Swanson |*| Special Offer From The Source  
|*| Atari Users Convention News   |*| CP/M BBS Command Help
|*| CompuServe Rate Update        |*| Gov. BBS Systems (Update)
|*| PCP Update                    |*| GEnie Confrence Highlights


%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Editors Desk             by John Deegan
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

Official congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mihalik!!!  A son arrived late 
afternoon on September 8, 1988.  Best wishes from the staff of ZMagazine, 
ST-Report and AMy-Report.

Happy second birthday to Jessica Kovacs on September 9th.

Comdex is coming.  We will provide as much coverage as possible.  ST-
Report will be covering with exclusive reports and we will print them here 
shortly after.  Stay tuned for details.

                              SURVEY UPDATE

We want to thank everyone for responding to the Survey we printed a few 
weeks ago.  We are looking into the suggestions and comments.  If you 
missed the survey, don't fret!  A special release will contain all of the 
survey questions along with a few more.  More details on this special 
release next week.

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Reader Commentary
*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*
by Dennis LaFontaine

I have several comments to make about the reader comment in Zmag iss #119,
they are in the same order as the original letter is...

Yes, atari must do certain things, like advertise the REAL power of the
ST, including on the spot credit financing (similar to the whirlpool plan
or citi-bank method). Student discounts are on the way according to a
spokesman that represents the dealer network head.

1. First off with color, can you say SPECTRUM??? (512 colors on screen at
   once).  Can you say QUANTUM PAINTBOX??? (4096 colors on screen at once)
   Can you say DIGISPEC??? (24,386 colors on screen at once), Quantum even
   allows 32 colors in medium rez.  All the above work on mmu's
   manufactured after early 1985, with no modifications to make inside,
   simply load and go!  As for memory, I have personally seen an 8 meg ST
   in action, if at all possible, I will get the schematics on how to do
   it!  Although the ST can do it, Atari still seems to be selling ST's
   under the 4 meg logo and the 16 colors logo. Both Digispec and Spectrum
   512 can be obtained through Trio Engineering, or from The Catalog in
   Antic magazine.  Quantum Paintbox is available from Eidersoft U.S.A
   Gray scaling is employed in many desktop publishing programs, it is
   also used by image scanners too.

2. Memory expansion without soldering is very easy. I wouldn't call two
   socket connections a 'TRICK' as you put it.  Your statements about the
   mega is very valid though, I have still yet to see an expansion for
   their memory.

3. I am running a 520ST unmodified right now, after loading the raster
   fonts in, I have 398K free. Memory is not too much of a problem here.
   GDOS is great, it's about time it's available for the ST.

4. Good idea, bumper stickers are sort of like 'word of mouth'
   advertising. Atari would spend less money on stickers than they would
   on t.v. commercials.

5. I read an article about a dealer convention, student discounts were at
   issue, the general concensus showed everyone favored it, if this goes
   through, students will get approximately a 30% discount and will be
   eligible for the credit plan.

And a reply to the editors note, I have read an article about a prototype
card box that connects to a 520 or 1040 DMA port and it acts exactly like
the  mega-st internal card slot expander.

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COUNTER POINT TO REBUTTLE
SWANSON'S SOAPBOX (huh?)
@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
by Rod Swanson

Jim, Sorry that you take life so dang seriously. Swanson's Soapbox was
written with the Atari user in mind, not anyone else. It is meant for
information and amusment. Computer slamming IS HEALTHY if done with a
sense of humor and if it is restricted to OUR OWN AUDIENCE. I did not
upload this to the AMIGA section trying to cause trouble. Sorry you do not
see this the way I do. If you would have paid attention to the article you
would have noticed that the Amiga points were by someone who once sold
both machines, not I.

As for the JET review, I did not say anything that remotely suggests that
WE SHOULD PIRATE the program. Please re-read the article more thoroughly
again, without reading things into it that you imagine. Please focus your
attention on the last 6 sentences!!. Again, sorry for offending a fellow
'ATARI' (?) user.
                  STya later -  Rod.

PS. I will no longer pursue this subject so do not reply unless it is to
yourself. No since in turning this thing into an argument.

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Special Offer !!!
*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*

     Special Offer From The SOURCE to readers of ST REPORT/ZMAGAZINE!

Until December 31, 1988, The Source is making a special offer to readers
of ST REPORT/ZMAGAZINE who want to signup for an account with
*no*membership*fee*!  And with this offer, you receive a $60 credit
applied to your first year of usage. To take advantage of this offer,
you'll need your credit card, call 1-800-336-3366 (in Virginia
1-703-821-6666).  Tell the operator who answers you would like to signup
under offer #7BL0U60.

In addition, you may purchase The Source Manual for $12.95 (+$3.50 postage
and handling). To signup for your account AND order the manual, tell the
operator you'd like to signup under offer #7BM0U60.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
FIRST CANADIAN ATARI USER CONVENTION
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

                             NOVEMBER 6, 1988

This is CANADA'S first and only Atari user convention this year. This
convention is being put on and sponsored by "THE TORONTO ATARI FEDERATION"
user group. This group has over 500 members both in the TORONTO ONTARIO
CANADA area and across the country as well as having associate members
from around the world. We have a 40 meg 24hr bulletin board  416-235-0318
that has everything anyone would require when using ATARI SYSTEMS. If
anyone wants more info re our computer show leave a message on the board
and we will be in touch.  If this is not convenient contact the people
listed below.

This unique computer show is dedicated exclusively to ATARI COMPUTER
SYSTEMS. This exciting new event promises to be jam packed with
information, demonstrations, lectures and hands on work shops.  One of the
main exhibitors will be Atari Canada, showing off all the latest software
as well as its new and innovative products.  That's not all, there will be
lots of retailers selling their wares as Special Low Convention prices,
hardware and software manufacturers displaying their latest products, user
groups talking to the crowds about Atari products and selling their PD
software disks, lectures by knowledgeable speakers, seminars by prominent
developers and even hands-on workshops where the registered participants
can actually work on projects under the guidance of an expert.  There will
be something for everyone.  From multi-player adventure games on the 8-bit
to business applications for the Atari clones.  So, if you are an Atari
owner, or plan to be one or just looking for information, this is the place
you will want to be.

THE FIRST CANADIAN ATARI USERS CONVENTION is being held at THE SKYLINE
TRIUMPH HOTEL located just off highway 401 on Keele Street.  NOVEMBER 6TH,
1988 from 10:00am to 6:00pm.  (Special hotel rates available) Phone:
1-800-268-1332.

For more information contact:

PRESS: (Mike Searl) ..........416/245-5543
 EXHIBITORS: (Jim Jorritsma)...416/242-3413
 PUBLIC INFO LINE..............416/425-5357 
 TAF ONLINE BBS (24hr)........416/235-0318

or call Jim Clark, President, Toronto Atari Federation 416/928-1143

For more information send all inquiries to:

                        "TORONTO ATARI FEDERATION"
                            5334 Yonge Street
                             1527 WILLOWDALE
                          ONTARIO CANADA M2N 6M2
                        ATTENTION "COMPUTER SHOW"

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
CP/M BBS Help Commands
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Ctsy Holly Park BBS (201) 757-1491

To get help type:

   DIR ?     - to get a directory listing
   FOR ?     - to find out what the files do
   FIND      - to find out where the files are
   KMD       - to learn how to upload & download
   LDIR      - to get a directory listing of the INSIDE of a LBR
   TYPE      - to list files to read them online
   UNARC     - to get a directory listing of the INSIDE of an ARC

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Some COMMANDS to get you started in CP/M:

     TYPE A-TWIT-.IS $N
     MAP        
     KMD S RCPMBGNR.DOC
     NEW

  If you have a 40 column screen,
     DIR $4ADVNL
  If you have an 80 column screen,
     DIR $8ADVNL


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

This system is presently running under ZCPR2.

      To change drives, type:

A0>B:              you are on drive A, user 0 & want to go to drive B
B0>                you are now on drive B, 

=======================================
CompuServe PRIME/DAYTIME HOURS EXTENDED
=======================================

Effective Sunday, Oct. 2, CompuServe's prime/daytime will be defined as
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.  CompuServe's basic connect-time rates, which are the
same as prime/standard and standard/evening rates, are unchanged.

The one-hour lengthening of prime/daytime to 7 p.m. is to allow
CompuServe's definition of daytime access to be consistent with that of
its supplemental communications networks.

The CompuServe network surcharge will continue as one rate for all time
periods.  For more information about CompuServe Information Service rates
and network surcharges, type GO RATES at any prompt.

                      NETWORK SURCHARGE ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to increased network costs, CompuServe will adjust network surcharges
effective Tuesday, Sept. 6.  The CompuServe network surcharge will change
from 25 cents to 30 cents per hour. CompuServe basic connect-time rates
will remain the same.

Members accessing CompuServe from overseas through Computer Sciences
Corporation Infonet will incur a $50 per hour surcharge at all times.
The TYMNET and Telenet prime/daytime surcharge will increase from $10 to
$12 per hour, though the standard/evening access surcharge will remain
the same. Members now using TYMNET or Telenet are encouraged to check the
online phones list (GO PHONES) for a CompuServe network number in their
area.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Government Bulletin Boards (Update)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This is an update to the listing which appeared in ZMagazine last year.

           T H E   E C O N O M I C   B U L L E T I N   B O A R D
          =======================================================
          COMPUTER BULLETIN BOARDS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                       The Economic Bulletin Board 
                      =============================
                             Operating agency

                       Office of Business Analysis
            Office of the Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
                       U. S. Department of Commerce

                                 Contents
Current economic news from DoC Economic Affairs(EA) agencies including
press releases, economic indicators, official DoC summaries of economic
news, information on how to obtain data tapes, and summaries of reports
and studies produced by EA agencies.  Also included are press releases
issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Open to the public without charge.  No preregistration required. Operated
24 hours a day, except when being serviced.

                Telephone (202) 377-3870 or (202) 377-0433

Full duplex, no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit, or Full duplex, even
parity, 7 bit words, 1 stop bit 300 or 1200 baud. After connect, enter 1
or 2 returns to start


                     State Data Center Bulletin Board
                     ================================
                             Operating agency

                    State and Regional Programs Staff
                       Data User Services Division
                           Bureau of the Census

                                 Contents
News about new Census Bureau programs, Census publications, reference
material for State Data Center personnel. For use of the Census Bureau
staff and all State Data Center Components, including affiliates.
Preregistration required - call information contact below.

Operated 24 hours a day, except when being serviced. Full duplex,
no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit, or Full duplex, even parity, 7 bit
words, 1 stop bit 300 or 1200 baud. After connect, enter 1 or 2 returns
to start

                           Information Contact:
                       John Rowe or Larry Carbaugh
                           Bureau of the Census
                              (301) 763-1580


                   Population Estimates Bulletin Board
                   ===================================
                             Operating agency

  Federal-State Cooperative for Population Estimates Population Division
                           Bureau of the Census

                                 Contents
Information and news about population and demographic projections. For use
by members of the Federal-State Cooperative for Population Estimates and
members of the Federal-State Cooperative for Population Projections. No
preregistration required.

Usual hours of operation 5:00 PM to 6:30 AM Monday-Thursday, 24 hour
operation from 5:00 PM Thursday to 6:30 AM Monday.  No preregistration
required. Full duplex, no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit. 300 baud.
Telephone (301) 763-5225, After connected, enter "RUN" to start.


                      CMIC Electronic Bulletin Board
                      ==============================
                             Operating agency

     Census Microcomputer Information Center, Office of the Director
                           Bureau of the Census

                                 Contents
Microcomputer news, software and hardware reviews, public domain software,
training programs for Census and Commerce personnel. General microcomputer
users; primarily internal Census Bureau personnel.  No preregistration
required. Operated 24 hours a day, except when being serviced.  Phone
(301) 763-4576.

Full duplex, no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit, or Full duplex, even
parity, 7 bit words, 1 stop bit 300 or 1200 baud. After connect, enter 1
or 2 returns to start


           Microcomputer Electronic Information Exchange (MEIE)
           ====================================================
                             Operating agency

        The Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology (ICST)
                     The National Bureau of Standards
                          Department of Commerce

                                 Contents
Information on the acquisition, management, and use of small computers.
Other files containing sources of information on topics such as:
conferences, Federal publications and activities, user groups, other
bulletin boards, etc. General microcomputer users.  No preregistration
required.

Operated 24 hours a day, except when being serviced. Telephone: (301)
948-5718. Full duplex, no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit, or Full duplex,
even parity, 7 bit words, 1 stop bit 300 or 1200 baud.  After connect,
enter 1 or 2 returns to start.  If you do not receive a carrier after two
rings, you should hang up and call again.


                    Climate Assessment Bulletin Board
                    =================================
                             Operating agency

                         Climate Analysis Center
                         National Weather Service
                          Department of Commerce

                                 Contents
Historical climate information - daily, weekly, and monthly, heating
degree days, weekly climate bulletins. Users generally are Analysts using
historical meteorological data.

Operated 24 hours a day.  Preregistration required.  Call information
contact below.  Full duplex, no parity, 8 bit words, 1 stop bit.

                           Information Contact
                             Vernon Patterson
                         Climate Analysis Center
                        Telephone: (301) 763-8071


                  East Coast Marine Users Bulletin Board
                  ======================================
                             Operating agency

                         National Weather Service
                       U.S. Department of Commerce

                                 Contents
Marine weather and nautical information for coastal waterways.
Information includes data for bays and sounds, coastal waters, and
offshore waters; tropical storm advisories; tidal information, and
important weather, nautical, and fishing news.  Data are primarily about
the middle Atlantic region.

Users are Commercial fishermen and other users of coastal waters. The
bulletin board is open to the public and free of charge.  Users must
preregister by calling information contact below.  Information about
similar bulletin boards for other regions may also be obtained by calling
the information contact.

Operated 24 hours a day. Telephone (301) 454-8700. Full duplex, 8 bit
words, 1 stop bit. 300 baud.

                           Information Contact
                               Ross Laporte
                         National Weather Service
                              (301) 899-3296

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PCP Coverage Areas
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

City: ATLANTA GA   Area code: (404)

ACWORTH       974 975
ALPHARETTA    442 475 664 751 772
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  262 264 266 280 281 284 286 288 289 292 294 296 297 299 320 321 325 329
  330-332 341 344 346 347 349-352 355 360-366 370-373 377 378 383 420 521
  522-530 533 550 558 559 566 572 573 577 581 584 586 588 589 622 624 626
  627 633 634 636 639 651 653 656 658 659 661 669 676 681 688 691 696 697
  699 726-728 741 744 752 753 755 756 758 761-768 792 794 799 827 833 837
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  982 999
AUSTELL       739 941 944 948
BUFORD        932 945
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CONYERS       388 483 922 929
DALLAS        443 445
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DULUTH        476 497 623
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FAYETTEVILLE  460 461 487 631
HAMPTON       946
JONESBORO     389 471 473 477 478 961 968 991 994 996 997
LAWRENCEVILLE 822 962 963 972 978 979 985 995
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LOGANVILLE    466
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MCDONOUGH     954 957
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PALMETTO      463
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POWDERSPGS    439 943
ROSWELL       552 587 594 641 642 992 993 998
SMYRNA        333 431-436 438 835 852 859 933 951-953 955 956 980 984 988
STOCKBDG      474
STONE MT      469 498 879
TUCKER        279 381 491 493 496 564 621 921 923 925 934 938 939
WOODSTOCK     591 924 926 928

City: BOSTON MA   Area code: (617)

ARLINGTON     483 488 641 643 646 648
BELMONT       484 489 855
BOSTON        223 227 236 247 262 266 267 292 330 338 348 350 353 357 367
  375 421 423 424 426 434 437 439 450 451 482 523 536 542 556 565 570-579
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  868 873 876
CHARLESTN     241 242
CHELSEA       884 889
DORCHESTER    265 282 287 288 436 825 929
EASTBOSTON    561 567 569
EVERETT       381 387 389
HYDE PARK     333 361 364
JAMAICA PL    323 325 327 469 522 524 983
MALDEN        321 322 324 382 397 979
MEDFORD       391 395 396
MELROSE       662 665
MILTON        296 298 696 698
NEWTON        243 244 332 527 552 558 964 965 969
QUINCY        328 471 472 479 770 773 786 847 984
REVERE        284 286 289
ROXBURY       427 442 445 541
SAUGUS        231 233
SO BOSTON     268 269 463
SOMERVILLE    623 625 628 629 666 776
WATERTOWN     923 924 926 972
WINTHROP      539 846

    Area code: (617)

BRAINTREE     380 843 848 849
DEDHAM        320 326 329 392 461
HINGHAM       740 749
HULL          925
LEXINGTON     271 274-276 280 377 860-863 981
LYNN          581 592-596 598 599
NEEDHAM       444 449 455
READING       942 944
STONEHAM      279 438
WAKEFIELD     245 246
WALTHAM       290 466 538 622 633 642 647 684 736 890 891-895 899 930 974
WELLESLEY     235 237 239 431 446
WEYMOUTH      331 335 337 340
WINCHESTER    721 729
WOBURN        932 933 935 938

City: CHICAGO IL   Area code: (312)

CHIC NEWCS    380 399 693
CHICAGO       204 207 222 225-227 235-237 241-243 245 247 248 252 254 261
  263 265-269 271 275-281 285 287 288 292 294 302 306 321 322 324 326 327
  329 332 334 337 341 342 346-348 353 363 368 372 373 376 378 379 384 407
  410 413 417 419 421 427 431 434 435 436 440 443 444 454 461 463 467 471
  472 476 477 478 486 489 493 507 509 514 521-523 525 527 528 533 536 538
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  819 822 826 828 829 836 842 845 847 853-856 861 871 875 876 878 880 883
  886 889 890 899 902 903 906 907 908 915 917 918 921-930 935 936 938 939
  942-944 947 951 955 975 977 984 987-989 993 996 997
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BELLWOOD      449 544 547
BERWYN        484 749 788 795
BROOKFIELD    387 485
CHICAGO       202 221 224 229 233 238 239 262 264 273 274 282-284 286 338
  374 375 445 465 468 483 487 488 508 545 568 569 581 582 585 586 589 602
  625 631 651 660 685 721 723 725 731 734-736 743 761-764 767 768 774-777
  779 783 785 792 794 821 838 846 867 873 874 881 928 933 962 973 978 992
  994 995
CICERO        652 656 780 863
EVANSTON      328 475 491 492 570 864 866 869
FOREST        209 366 771
FRANKLINPK    451 455 671 678
LA GRANGE     352 354 482 550 579
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OAK PARK      383 386 524 848
PALOS PARK    974
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RIVERGROVE    452 453 456 457
RIVERSIDE     442 447
SKOKIE        470 647 673-679 965-967 982
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WESTERNSPG    246
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AURORA        801 820 844 851 859 892 896-898
BARRINGTON    304 381 382
BARTLETT      213 289 830 837
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BENSENVL      350 595 766 860
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CARY          516 639
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CRETE         672
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ELMHURST      279 530 543 617 628 832-834 941
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HIGHLANDPK    432 433 831 926
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HOMEWOOD      206 798 799 957
ITASCA        250 773
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LAKEZURICH    438 540
LANSING       418 474 895
LEMONT        257 739 759 972
LIBERTYVL     362 367 680 816
LOMBARD       495 620 627 629 691 916 932 953
MOKENA        479
MONEE         534
MUNDELEIN     566 949
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OAK FOR SO    560
ORLAND        301 349 403 460
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PALOS PARK    361 448
PEOTONE       258
RIVERDALE     841 849
ROSELLE       240 307 310 315 316 330 351 401 490 504 519 529 603 613 659
  706 843 882 884 885 893 894 905 980
ST CHARLES    377 584
SUMMIT        914
THORNTON      877
TINLEYPARK    429 532 614
W CHICAGO     231 293
WARRENVL      393
WAUCONDA      526
WAUKEGAN      244 249 336 360 473 578 623 662 688 689 937
WHEATON       260 462 510 653 665 668 682 690 979
WHEELING      215 459 520 537 541
WINNETKA      441 446 501
ZION          746 872

    Area code: (815)

ELWOOD        423 424
FRANKFORT     469
JOLIET        722 723-729 740 741 744 773 774
LOCKPORT      834 838 886
MANHATTAN     478
NEW LENOX     485
PLAINFIELD    436 439

City: CLEVELAND OH   Area code: (216)

CLEVELAND     221 226 228 229 231 241 249 251 252 261 265-268 271 281 283
  289 291 295 321 331 333 341 344 348 351 356 361-363 368 371 381-383 389
  391 397 398 421 429-433 441 443-445 451 459 469 471 476 479 481 486 491
  521-523 529 531 541 561 566 574 575 578 579 586 589 621-623 631 634 641
  651 661 664 671 676 681 687 692 694 696 721 731 732 741 749 751 752 761
  771 781 789 791 795 822 844 851 861 881 883 921 931 932 941 961 987 991
INDEPENDNC    447 524 642
MONTROSE      475 581 587 662 663
TERRACE       292 464 591 765 766 831
AURORA        562 995
BAINBRIDGE    543
BEDFORD       232 439
BEREA         234 243 826
BRECKSVL      526 838
BRUNSWICK     225 273
CHAGRINFLS    247 248 349
CHESTERLD     729
COLMBIASTA    236
GATESMILLS    423
HILLCREST     442 446 449 461 473 646
HINCKLEY      278
NOROYALTON    237 582
NORTHFIELD    467 468 656
OLMSTEDFLS    235
RICHFIELD     659
RUSSELL       338
STRONGSVL     238 572
TRINITY       734 777 779 835 871 892
TWINSBURG     425 487
VICTORY       842-845 884-886 888
WICKLIFFE     585 943 944
WILLOUGHBY    942 946 951 953

City: COLTON CA   Area code: (714)

COLTON        370 422 431 824 825 876 877
FONTANA       350 355 356 822 823 829
REDLANDS      335 790-799
RIALTO        820 873-875
RIVERSIDE     275 351 354 358-360 369 602 681-689 710 780-787 788
S BERNDINO    381-384 387 880-889

City: DALLAS TX   Area code: (214)

ADDISON       233 239 385-387 392 404 450 458 490 591 661 701 702 770 788
  851 934 960 980 991
CARROLLTON    242 245 306 307 323 394 416 418 446 466 492
CEDAR HILL    291 299
DALLAS        220 290 302 309 319 320 321 324 327 328 330 331 333 337 339
  340 341 343 348-353 357 358 360 361 363 368 369 371-376 381 388 391 398
  421 426 428 464 503 520 521 522 526 528 553 559 565 573 590 630 631 634
  637 638 649 651 653 655 658 670 688 689 691 692 696 698 706 720 739-742
  744-750 754 760 761 767 781 787 809 812 819-821 823 824 826 827 828 841
  844 855 871 879 880 890 891 902 904 905 920 922 939 941-944 946 948 951
  953 954 956 969 977-979 987 999
DANIELDALE    224 228
De SOTO       217 223 230
DLS FW AIR    453 456 574
DUNCANVL      296 298 709 780
FARMRSBRCH    241 243 247 401 402 406 484 506 556 620 830 869 888
GARLAND       240 271 272 276 278 303 414 487 494 495 530 840 864
GRAND PRAR    229 260-264 266 269 384 397 504 533 558 601-603 606 609 616
  641 642 647 660 676 799 808 850 909 913 933 949 957 988 992 993
HUTCHINS      225
IRVING        251-259 313 399 413 438 445 497 513 514 518 541 550 554 570
  579 580 594 607 621 650 659 717 721 751 790 791 929 986
LANCASTER     218 227
LAWSON        222
LEWISVILLE    219 221 315-318 393 420 434 436 462 471 539 724
MESQUITE      216 285 288 289
N MESQUITE    270 279 613 681 686
PLANO         403 422-424 516 517 519 575 578 596 604 605 608 612 618 867
  881 964 985
RENNER        248 250 380 733 931
RICHARDSON    231 234 235 238 301 437 470 480 644 669 680 690 699 705 783
  907 952 995-997
ROWLETT       412 475
RYLIE         286 557
SEAGOVILLE    287
SUNNYVALE     203 226
WYLIE         442

    Area code: (817)

ARLINGTON     261 265 273 356 366 425 432 449 461 467 469 543 588 640 667
  671 679 695 784 792 856
EULESS        267 268 355 540 963 967
FORT WORTH    429 589 654 884 930
GRAPEVINE     329 481
KELLER        379
KENNEDALE     572
MANSFIELD     477
NORICHLDHL    498 577
ROANOKE       430 961 962

City: DENVER CO   Area code: (303)

ARVADA        420-431 467 650 877 880 940
AURORA        340-344 360 361 363 364 366 367 371 373 551
BOULDER       440-444 447 449 492 494 497 499 530 581 786 924 938 939 966
BRIGHTON      654 659
BROOMFIELD    252 255 450-452 457 460 465 466 469 538
CASTLEROCK    660 681 688
COALCRKCYN    642
DENVER        270 281 291-299 320-322 329 331 333 355 370 375 377 388 393
  394 398 399 433 455 458 477 480 534 556 571-573 575 592 595 620 623 624
  628 629 631 639 691 692 698 722 733 744 753 756-760 777 778 780 782 820
  821 825 826 830 831 832 837 839 844 851 860 861 863 866 869 871 888 892
  893 894 896 899 922 934-937 964 965
DENVER NE     286-289
DENVER SW     969 980 985-989
DENVERSULL    337 368 369 671 680 690 693-696 699 720 745 750-752 755 766
ENGLEWOOD     761 762 781 788 789 891
EVERGREEN     670 674
GOLDEN        271 273 277-279
LAF LSVLE     665 666 673
LAKEWOOD      230-239
LITTLETON     220 266 290 470 649 694 721 730 740 741 770-773 779 790-799
  850 855 889 890 930 933 971-973 977-979
LOOKOUT MT    526
MORRISON      697
PARKER        840 841

City: DETROIT MI   Area code: (313)

DETROIT       222-226 237 245 252 255 256 259 267 270-278 291 292 295 297
  298 321-323 328 331 336 337 341-343 345 361 365 366 368 369-372 381-383
  386 388 389 390 393 396 436 440-442 444 446 491 493 494 496 499 521 526
  527 531-538 554 556 560-568 571 577 579 581 582 584 592-594 596 599 690
  745 770 821-824 829 831-846 849 861-876 881-886 891-899 921-928 931-935
  937 943 945 956 961-966 972 974 976 983 993

City: GLENDALE CA   Area code: (818)

BURBANK       565 566 569 840-843 845-848 953-955 972
GLENDALE      240-244 246 247 409 500 502 507 545 546 956
LA CRSCNTA    248 249 542 957
NO HOLLYWD    503 505 506 508 509 753 760-766 769 777 980 982 985
PASADENA      304 354 356 393 397-400 403 405 406 440 441 449 568 577 578
  584 790-799 952
SUNLDTUJNG    352 353 951
SALHAMBRA     280-289 300 302 307-309 457 458 529 570-573 576 805
SIERRAMADR    351 355
SUN VALLEY    504 767 768
VAN NUYS      370 374-379 501 528 780-789 818 901-909 981 983 984 986-990
  994 995 997

City: HARTFORD CT   Area code: (203)

BERLIN        828 829
BLOOMFIELD    242 243 286 726
CANTON        693
E HARTFORD    282 289 291 528 565 568 569
FARMINGTON    673-679
GLASTONBY     633 657 659
GRANBY        653
HARTFORD      240 241 244 246 247 249 252 273 275 277-280 293 520 522 524
  525 527 545 547-549 560 566 660 722 724 725 727 728 841 930 936 951-954
MANCHESTER    643 645-649
NEWBRITAIN    223-225 229 826 827
NEWINGTON     665-667
ROCKVILLE     871 872 875
S WINDSOR     644
SIMSBURY      651 658
SUFFIELD      668
W HARTFORD    232 233 236 521 523 561
WETHERSFLD    257 258 529 563 721
WINDSOR       285 298 683 688
WINDSORLKS    623 627 654

City: HOUSTON TX   Area code: (713)

AIRLINE       445 447 448 591 820 847 878 931 999
ALDINE        442 449 590 985-987
ALIEF         495 498 530 561 568 575 879 933 983
ALVIN         331 388
APOLLO        280 282 283 480 483 486 488
ARCOLA        431
ATASCOCITA    852
BACLIFF       339
BAMMEL        440 444 537 580 583 586 893
BARKER        492 578 579
BAYTOWN       420-422 424 425 427 428
BEACH CITY    383
BLUE RIDGE    436-438 835
BUFFALO       293 493 496 497 531 556 558 584 589 596 870
CHANNELVW     452 457
CROSBY        328
CYPRESS       373
DEER PARK     476 478 479 884 930 994
DICKINSON     337
E HOUSTON     458 459
ELLINGTON     481 484 487 922 929 998
FRIENDSWD     482 996
GRENSPOINT    775 872-876
HIGHLANDS     426
HMBL SOHML    441 446 540 548
HOUSTON       220-229 235 236 237 241 247 257 266 270-272 284 285 295 390
  432-434 439 450-453 455 460-462 464 465 467 468 472-475 477 520-529 535
  541 546 549 551 552 571 599 620-623 626 627 629-631 633 635 636 639-641
  643-645 649-684 686 688 690-699 720-723 726 728 729 731-734 738 739 741
  744 747-751 754 757 759 762 763 771 772 774 776-799 824-827 831 833 834
  836 840-842 844 845 850 853 861-866 868 869 871 877 880-883 888 891 895
  920 921 923 924 926 928 932 939 940 941 943 944 946 947 951-954 956 957
  960 961 963-969 971-975 977 978 981 984 988 991 993 995
HUFFMAN       324
JERSEY VLG    466 896 937
KATY          347 371 391 392 395
KEMAH         326 334
KINGWOOD      358-360
LA PORTE      470 471
LANGHAMCRK    463 550 855 859
LEAGUECITY    332 338
LIVERPOOL     393
LK HOUSTON    454
MANVEL        489
NASSAU BAY    333 335
PEARLAND      485 997
PINEHURST     356
PORTER        354 577
RCHMNDRSBG    341 342
SATSUMA       469 890 894 897 955
SEABROOK      474
SHELDON       456
SMITHRS LK    343
SPRING        350 353 363 364 367
STAFFORD      261 499
SUGAR LAND    240 242 263 269 274 277 278 490 491 494 563 565 980
TOMBALL       320 351 370 374 376
VLY LODGE     346
WESTFIELD     230 443 821

City: KANSAS CITY MO   Area code: (816)

EINDEPNDNC    795 796
GLADSTONE     436 452-455 459 468
INDEPENDNC    252 254 257 373 461 478 833 836
KANSAS CITY   221 223 231 234 241 242 245 247 274-276 283 333 346 361 363
  374 391 395 421 426 435 444 471 472 474 483 497 523 531 556 561 572 576
  591 654 698 753 756 757 759 821 822 842 844 861 871 881 921-924 926 931
  932 968 995 997
LIBERTY       781 792
NASHUA        734
PARKVILLE     587 741
RAYTOWN       353 356 358 737
SO KAN CITY   761 763 765 767 941-943 966
TIFFNYSPGS    891
BELTON        322 331 348
BLUE SPGS     224 228 229
FERRELVIEW    243 464 466
GREENWOOD     537
LEESSUMMIT    251 524 525
LKLOTAWANA    578
SMITHVILLE    532

    Area code: (913)

BETHEL        299 334 788
KANSAS CITY   236 262 281 287 321 342 362 371 375 384 432 573 574 576 588
  596 621 661 676 677 722 787 831
MELROSE       268 339 341 345 381 383 451 469 491 492 541 631 642 648 649
  888 894 962 967
BASEHOR       724
BONNER SPG    422 441 721
OLATHE        764 780 782 791 829
STANLEY       681 897

City: LOSANGELES CA   Area code: (213)

LOS ANGELES   200 221-239 245 248 250-269 272 283 290-296 298-300 303 321
  340-342 345 347 351 362 380-389 413 418 460-469 480-489 520 525 526 560
  561-569 580-583 585-589 600 612-614 617 620-629 636 650-656 658 660-669
  678 680-689 700 713 714 716-718 723 729-760 765 770-779 819 849 850-852
  856 857 870-879 891 894 895 912 930-939 955 960 964 965 967-969 971 972
  974 975 977 979
MONTEBELLO    720-722 724-728 888
BEVERLY HILLS 201 203 205 270-282 284 285 289 550-553 556 557 652 657 659
  785 854 855 858 859
COMPTON       220 408 531 537 601-605 608 609 630-635 637-639 761 762
CULVER CITY   202 204 280 558 559 836-840
DOWNEY        803 806 861 862 869 904 922 923 927 928 940
GARDENA       213 217 323-327 329 512 515 516 527 532 538 712 715 719 780
HAWTHORNE     219 297 331 332 336 535 536 643 644 675 676 679 812-814 970
  973 978
INGLEWOOD     215 216 330 337 338 410 412 417 419 568 641 642 645 646 649
  670-674 677
MAR VISTA     301 305 306 313 390 391 397 398 578 821 822 823 827
PICORIVERA    692 695 699 801 908 942 948 949
WLOSANGELS    206-209 312 442-446 470-479 820 824-826

City: MIAMI FL   Area code: (305)

HOMESTEAD     224 230 245-248 257 258
MIAMI         221 223 226 227 250 261-264 266 270 271 274 279 284 285 324
  325 326 342 347 350 353 358 361 362 364 371-377 379 381 382 385-387 397
  399 441-449 460 470 477 520 526 529 530-532 534-536 538 541 543 544 545
  547-560 573 576 577 579 590-596 598 599 633-635 637 638 642 643 649 661
  662 663 665-667 670 672-674 681 685 687 688 691 693 696 751 754 756-759
  762 769 789 794 795 821-823 825 835 836 854 856 858 861 864-866 868 871
  873 874 882 883 884 885 887 888 891 893 895 899 939 953 993 995
NORTH DADE    343 354 542 620 621 623-625 651-654 770 787 829 931 932 935
  937 940 944 945 947-949 952 956
PERRINE       232 233 235 238 251-253 255 378

City: MILWAUKEE WI   Area code: (414)

BIG BEND      662
CALEDONIA     835
CEDARBURG     375 377
HARTLAND      367
HENOMNEFLS    251-253 255
MILWAUKEE     221-229 254 256-259 263-265 271-278 281 282 287 289 291 321
  327 332 342 344 345 347 351-355 357-359 362 372 374 382-384 399 421-423
  425 438 442 444 445 447 449 453 456 461-464 466 471 475 476 481-483 527
  529 535 541 543 545 546 562 575 643 645 647 649 671 672 678 744 747 761
  762 764 765 768 769 771 774 778 781-786 791 792 796 797 799 844 871 873
  874 931 933 935-937 955 961-964
MUSKEGO       679
PEWAUKEE      691
SUSSEX        246
THIENSVL      241-243
WAUKESHA      521 524 542 544 547-549

City: MINNEAPOLS MN   Area code: (612)

ANOKA         421 422 427 753
APPLE VALLEY  431 432
CHASKA        448
ELK RIVER     441
FARMINGTON    460 463
FOREST LAKE   464
HAMEL         478
HANOVER       498
HASTINGS      437 438
ISANTI        444
JORDAN        492
LAKEVILLE     469
MAPLE PLAIN   479
MINNEAPOLS    330-344 347-349 370-379 499 520-522 526 527 529 533-537 540
  541 542 544-546 553 557 559-561 566 569 571 572 574 588 591 593 621-627
  639 720-729 754 755 757 780-782 784 786 788 789 822-825 827-831 835 851
  853 854 858 861 863 865-872 874 879 881 884 885 887 888 890 893-897 920
  921 922 924-927 929 931-939 941 942 944 976 977
MOUND         472
NEW MARKET    461
OSSEO         420 424 425 493
PRIOR LAKE    440 447
ROCKFORD      477
ROGERS        428
ROSEMOUNT     423
S BURNSVLL    435 892
SCAND MARN    433
SHAKOPEE      445 496
SODERVILLE    434
ST MICHAEL    497
ST PAUL       220-224 227-229 290-293 296-298 450-452 454-459 481-490 620
  631 633 635 636 638 641-649 681 687 688 690 696 698 699 731 733 735-739
  770-772 774 776-779 785 989
STBONIFACI    446
STCROIXBCH    436
STILL WATER   430 439
VICTORIA      443
WAYZATA       470 471 473-476
WH BEAR LK    426 429 653
WYOMING       462

City: NEWARK NJ    Area code: (201)

BAYONNE       339 436 437 823 858
BELLEVILLE    450 751 759
BLOOMFIELD    338 429 509 680 743 744 746 748 783 893
ELIZABETH     289 351-355 527 558 820 965
JERSEY CITY   309 332 333 420 432-435 451 547 626 653 656 659 714 792 795
  798 860 915 963
KEARNY        955 991 997 998
LIVINGSTON    533 535 716 740 992 994
MILLBURN      376 379 467 564 912
NEWARK        242 243 259 268 318 344 371-375 399 430 456 465 468 480-485
  565 578 589 596 621-624 642 643 645 648 649 690 705 733 824 877 923 926
  961
NUTLEY        235 284 661 667
ORANGE        266 325 414 669 672-678 731 736
SO ORANGE     378 761-763
UNIONVILLE    686-688 851 964
VERONA        239 857

City: NEW YORK NY   Area code: (212)

BRONX NYC     220 231 292-295 298 299 304 305 320 324 325 328 364 365 367
  378 379 402 409 430 491 515 518 519 538 542 543 547-549 562 579 583-585
  588-590 597 601 617 652-655 665 671 681 711 716 731 733 740 792 796 798
  822-824 828 829 842 863 881 882 884 885 892 893 901 904 920 931 933 960
  991-994
NEW YORK      205-208 210 213 214 216 218 219 221-223 226-228 230 233-250
  254 255 260 262 264-267 269 272 276 277 279 280 281 283 285 286 288-291
  296 301-303 306-310 312-316 319 321-323 326 329 330 333-335 337 340 341
  344 346-363 368-371 373 374 380 382 385 390-393 395-399 401 404 406-408
  410 412-416 418-422 425 427 428 431-433 436 437 439 440 449 451 452 457
  458-461 463-469 472 473 475 477 480-490 492 493 495 496 502-506 508-514
  517 520-530 532-537 540 541 545 546 550-561 563 564 566-578 580-582 586
  587 593-595 598 599 602 603 605-610 612-614 616 618-621 623 627-629 632
  633 635 637 640-645 648-650 656 657 659 661-664 666-669 673-679 682-698
  701-705 707-709 713-715 717 719 720 722 724 725 730 732 734-737 741 742
  744-760 764-766 769 770 772 775-777 779 781 785 787 790 791 793-795 797
  799 804 806-809 812 813 815 818-820 825-827 830-832 836-841 844 847 848
  850 853-856 858 860-862 864-874 876-880 883 886-889 891 899 902 903 905
  906-909 912 916 921-930 932 935 936 938 940-945 947 949 951-957 962-964
  966-980 982-986 988 989 995-998

    Area code: (718)

BKLYN NYC     209 230 232-238 240 241 247 251-253 256-260 265 266 270 272
  277 282 284 287 330-332 336 338 339 342 345 346 360 363 366 372-377 381
  383-389 398 403 417 421 434-436 438 439 443 444 449 451-456 462 467 469
  485 486 489 492 493 495 497-499 522 531 541 571 574 596 604 615 622 624
  625 627 629 630 633 636 638 642 643 645-649 680 692 693 735 743 745 748
  754-756 763 768 769 771 773 774 778 780 782 783 788 789 797 802 821 826
  827 833 834 836 837 851-859 871 875 883 891 919 922 934 935 941 946 951
  953 963 965 968 972 996 998
QUEENS NYC    204 217 224 225 229 244 261-263 267 268 271 274-276 278 279
  291 296 297 318 321 322 326 327 335 337 341 343 347 349 352 353 357-359
  361 380 392 395 397 423 424 426 428 429 441 445 446 454 457-459 461 463
  464 465 468 470 471 474 476 478 479 481 482 507 520 523 525-529 539 544
  545 557 565 575 591 592 626 631 632 634 639 641 644 651 656-659 670 672
  699 706 712 721 723 726 728 729 738-740 746 760 762 764 767 776 779 784
  786 793 803 805 830 831 835 843 845-849 868 886 894-899 917 932 937 939
  945 949 955 956 961 962 969 977 978 990 995 997
STN IS NYC    273 317 351 356 390 442 447 448 494 667 698 720 727 761 816
  948 966 967 970 979 981 983 984 987

City: OAKLAND CA  Area code: (415)

ALAMEDA       521-523 660 748 769 865 869
MORAGA        376 631
OAKLAND       261 263 265 268 271-273 339 351 352 357 420 425 428 430 436
  437 444 446 448 451 452 464-466 482 483 486 524-536 539 540 547 548 549
  559 562 568 569 577 596 632 633 635 636 638 639 642-645 649 652-655 658
  667 678 762 763 766 832-836 839-841 843 845 848 849 860 874 891 893 895
  987 999
ORINDA        253 254
SAN FRAN      227 243 255 264 267 274 282 285 338 346 362 391-399 421 431
  433 434 441 442 445 474 477 478 495 541-546 550 552-558 561 563 565 567
  576 597 621 622 624 626 627 641 647 648 668 673 695 739 764 765 768 771
  772-777 781 788 821 822 824 826 861 863 864 882 885 894 896 921-923 928
  929 931 936 951 953-957 972-974 978 979 981-986 989 990 995 996 998
BELVEDERE     435 789
LAFAYETTE     283 284
RICHMOND      222 223 231-237 374 620 970
SAN FRAN      239 330 333 334 337 467-469 584-587 755 756 761 991-994 997

City: PALO ALTO CA   Area code: (415)

LOS ALTOS     941 948 949
MOUNTAIN VIEW 336 691 694 940 960-969
PALO ALTO     321-329 354 385 424 473 493 494 496 497 723 725 852-859 926
REDWOOD CITY  361 363-369 780
SANCLSBLMT    591-595 598
WOODSIDE      851
FRMT NWRK     745 790-797

City: PHILA PA   Area code: (215)

PHILA         221-229 231 232 235 236 238 241-243 247 248 263 271 276 280
  281 288 289 291 299 324 329 331-336 338 339 342 349 351 365 382 386 387
  389 422-427 438 440 448 452 455-457 462-468 471-474 476 477 482 483 487
  492 496 523 528 533 535 537 545 546 548 549 551-553 557 560 561 563 564
  567-570 574 577 578 581 585 587 592 596 597 620 621 624 625 627 629 632
  634 636 637 662 665 671 673 676 677 684-686 697 698 722 724-729 732 735
  739 742-745 747 748 751 753 755 763 765 769 786 787 790 823 824 829 831
  835 839 841-844 846 848 849 851 854 864 870 875 877-879 893-895 897-899
  922-925 927 928 931 934 936 937 951 952 961 963 969 972 973 977 978 980
  981 985 988
ARDMORE       642 645 649 896
BALACYNWYD    664 667 668
DARBYRIDSH    237 461 521 522 532 534 583 586 591 595
HAVERTOWN     446 449 789 853
LANSDOWNE     284 622 623 626
UPPERDARBY    259 352 734
AMBLER        283 540 542 628 641 643 646 653
BRYN MAWR     525-527
CHELTENHAM    379 663
CHESTER       447 485 494 497 499 872 874 876
CONSHOHCKN    825 828 834 941
CORNWELLS     639
EDDINGTON     244 245 638
ELKINSPARK    635 782
FLOURTOWN     233 836
HUNTGDNVLY    938 947
JENKINTOWN    572 576 881 884-887
MEDIA         565 566 891
NEWTOWN SQ    353 356 359
NORRISTOWN    265 270 272 275 277-279 337 350 354 480 531 539 630 631 768
  920 962
SWARTHMORE    328 543 544 690
WAYNE         254 293 341 687 688 964 971
WILLOW GRV    657 659 784 830
WOODLYN       833

City: PHOENIX AZ   Area code: (602)

CHANDLER      732 759 786 821 895 899 940 961 963
GLENDALE      434 435 439 486 543 588 589 841-843 846 848 872 876 878 930
  931 933 934 937-939 972-979
LITCHFLDPK    393 849 853 856 873 877 925 932 935 936
MESA          461 464 497 827 830 832-835 844 890 892 898 924 926 962 964
  969
NO PHOENIX    371 395 482 493 563 678 788 789 861-864 866 867 869 870 879
  942 943 944 971 992 993 995 997
PHOENIX       220-280 285 351 352 370 375-377 379 381 389 390 392 397 433
  437 460 468 484 490 495 498 549 551 631 954-957
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<[Holly] HS> Okay... welcome to our formal conference with some of our
favorite Atari folks. You all pretty much know how this runs, but for those
who don't.... if you have a question you'd like to ask, use the /RAI
command to raise your hand and get into line.  I will ack your raise with
a private message and tell you who you'll follow so you know. I'll also
try to give you some kind of warning when you're time is about to come up.
When you're through with your question, please let me know via some kind
of ack like GA (Go Ahead) or something... it makes things a little easier.
Also, please remember that Neil and John are my guests tonight.  Please
treat them accordingly.  *smile*  In two weeks, we have Charles Johnson
of G+Plus fame scheduled for a formal.  I hope you'll make it...

<[Holly] HS> Let's start by having each of our guests introduce themselves
and let us know just what they do at our favorite computer company... *grin*

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Sure. I've been with Atari Corp. for 4 years now, in a
variety of roles, including publishing Atari Explorer, heading up PR, user
group support, online support, advertising, product marketing, and sales for
the east coast.  My current assignment is with the Federated stores,
specifically to bring them into the computer business.  ga

<[John @ Atari] TOWNS> I have been with Atari Corp for almost a year
now. I work in the Technical Support Dept and handle a wide variety of
tasks. Everything from Online support to Shows to Technical Support on
the phones during the day. It makes it quite an interesting job and I get
the opportunity to meet alot of interesting people.  ga

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> I've been with Atari for almost three years. I was
the first technical support guy at New Atari, and then I moved into other
things, like shows, West Coast Editing of Atari Explorer, Internal and
Developer documentation, and various product development stuff, making sure
New Things are Good Things. ga

<[David F.] D.FAIRWEATH1> Neil, does Atari have a definite strategy for
increasing the ST's market share in the U.S. and will we see that strategy
implemented before the ST becomes obsolete? Ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Before implementing any strategy, the issue we're facing is
product availability.  We have been living from hand to mouth for some time
now.  The DRAM chip shortage hurts, because we  prefer to hold the line on
pricing and that limits how many chips we can buy and how many machines to
make. Right now, the lion lion's share of the computers are going to Europe,
to keep the hottest ST market in the world supplied.  Once we can get more
machines built, the US will get our fair share.  At that point  a strategy
can be implemented. ga

<[David F.] D.FAIRWEATH1> O.K. but is there a defined strategy already in
waiting for that eventuality? gaga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Any strategy is time and market dependent.  If we had
machines to sell last year, we had a strategy ready.  If we have machines
this year, we have a strategy, but not the same one as last year, because
the product is more mature now, with more and better applications, and
because the market changes.  Next year's strategy is likely to be different
again.  ga

<[David F.] D.FAIRWEATH1> O.K. one last point... I think that when the time
comes you should push the fact that with hardware and software emulation the
ST is 3-way compatible with Mac and IBM. GA that's all.

<[Neil] NHARRIS> I agree...  as a selling point it is important.  But when
people buy the hardware, I know they'll find enough fine ST-native software
so the compatibility issues are not a factor.  ga

<[Rick] R.GRIDLEY> Mark, do you have any comments on the 3rd party
development of the 16mhz board?

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Not really...I'll have more to say when I see one.
<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Last I heard, it was still being worked on... ga

<[Rick] R.GRIDLEY> Neil, do you think that Atari owners are more concerned
with the status of the parent company than other computer owners? ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> I think it is reasonable to be concerned with the company
which makes your computer, particularly in the case of a custom operating
system.  Apple users are concerned with Apple.  I doubt that most clone
owners care much about their company, they watch IBM.  Overall, it is
healthy, because the company steers the future development of the product to
a large extent.  Atari welcomes user inquiries and constructive criticisms,
and we act upon them more frequently than is widely known. We love ya,
honest we do. ga

<[Rick] R.GRIDLEY> Ok, (Grin) thanks and thanks to John with helping me with
a problem about a year back. I am done thanks Holly

 huggs, Neil 1.  Any truth to the rumor that the laptop will be
available by the end of the year? 2. IBM or MAC compatability is a _major_
factor NEIL. The portability of office<-->home is a great selling feature. 
And _we_ have a choice of the _best_ that is available in software to do the
job at hand. ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Any announcement of new hardware will have to wait for
Comdex, sorry.  Shipping times, too...

<[Neil] NHARRIS> I agree that it is an important selling factor, but we
won't let that overshadow the need for continuing development of  TOS
programs.]  ga

 Atari users are prone to say.. I love _MY_ Atari, but I don't
know if I love Atari.... We all know we have the greatest personal computer
available...you folks at Atari do to.... so who's job is it to tell the 
others? ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Mainly ours, of course. But, from a BUSINESS perspective,
which is the only perspective that our boss takes, you have to look at the
return on any promoting we do.  Right now, we sell every computer we make. 
We'd love to have enough computers to sell where we would have to advertise
in order to move them all.  So, in the meantime, the grass roots, meaning
the Atari community, has the main role. ga

<[Darek] DAREKM> My question is a rehash of one already asked, but, why
_not_ push the compatibility issue?  The Mac, PC, and Atari 800 
compatibility would interest a lot of people. Afterall, the 130XE looks very
much like a 520, yet Atari rarely mixes ads of 8 bits and STs. However, you
look in most Atari user group newsletters, and they mix the two computers
all the time. Earlier tonight I was demoing my 8 bit drive to ST interface
to a group of about 30 8 bit users (no ST users in the gruop) and about 1/4
of them indicated that they've thinking of getting an ST. When I showed them
8 bit software booting off an Indus GT, they all indicated they are _more_
interested. Wouldn't it be a great way to upload a lot of 520s and single
sided drives, by having some kind of upgrade policy for 8 bit users to
upgrade to the ST. I know you're short of DRAMs, but with the RAM of a Mega
4 you can unload 8 520s. ga oops, I meant to say "unload", not "upload"

<[Neil] NHARRIS> The Mega uses 1 megabit DRAM chips.  The ST uses 256K-bit
chips. So, making a Mega does not impact production of ST's at all. There
has definitely been a solid trend toward 8-bit Atari users moving up to the
ST.  But to reiterate, it is difficult to justify from a business sense,
promoting a product when we don't have enough to satisfy the current demand.
ga

<[Darek] DAREKM> The 8 bit users indicated that one of the reasons that
they'd like to upgrade is because the 8 bit software market is dead. I just
see it as a great opportunity to get these potential ST owners before they
get tired of waiting and buy a non-Atari 16 bit product. ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> I don't know how to sell our chairman on giving a special
deal to anyone, even our most favorite customers, at this time. ga

<[Norm] N.RECHTMAN1> Are there any plans to make a laser printer with more
memory for 1040 users? and how about a desk jet copy? ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> I think a better answer is for 1040 users to get more RAM.
The reason for that is this:  if you have RAM in the laser printer, it ONLY
helps you when you are printing.  If you put it in the computer, then it is
available for other jobs as well. 4 megabytes comes in mighty handy when you
are spreadsheeting, or doing a Cyber animation. I am not aware of plans for
an ink jet printer from Atari, but again, we are not here to announce
products tonight. ga

<[Norm] N.RECHTMAN1> that was just a suggestion. I would really like to see
PC hardware addons ga

 Three cheers for Atari taking the bull by the horns and making
plans to move production back to the US of A!!!   Neil, can you tell us how
things are progressing with the proposed plant in Houston?  ga

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Well, our negotiating team is still terrorizing the folks
in Texas.  We expect some news shortly, but at the moment, nothing new to
report at this time. ga

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> I have two questions: First, what is the current status of
the CD ROM? ga

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Most recent I heard is that we're trying to get
some good applications together... Makes more sense than saying "Here's a
CD-ROM player. Go to Tower Records and buy some CDs.  Have a good time." It
would be nice if there was something to _do_ with it first. ...so we're
working on it. ga

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> Is that the only setback? Does it work with a Laser and HD
yet?

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Yes.  And headphones.  :-)

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> 

<[Neil] NHARRIS> There is a driver for the CD ROM that lets it be read by
TOS applications as if it were a really big drive.  You can open it
from the desktop and read files directly.  So now it is a fairly simple
matter of getting software which reads the databases on the  CD ROM disks
and does something with it. ga

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> (I was reffering to the rumored problems with other DMA
devices)

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> I know several people with the setup you described.

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> ok, thanks. The other question is one that Neil probably saw
in my letter to Info-Atari16... I was curious as to how normal users (not
developers) will be notified of TOS 1.4...

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Skywriting, blimps, dancing girls...(sorry, I
couldn't resist.) and if they will also be provided with an "official"
way of reporting bugs. ga

<[John @ Atari] TOWNS> 

<[Mark @ Atari] MJANSEN> Well, it's like this... People will find out
through magazines, etc. And dealers will know about it.  The plan is
to polish up a little program we've got here that is used for developers to
submit bug reports, and release that to the public too.

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Through the dealers, primarily.  And through all the
communications at our disposal.

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> "through magazines, etc??" Atari Explorer is still reviewing
things that came out 8 months ago as NEW!

<[John @ Atari] TOWNS> I believe that the information will also be
published in the  User's Group newsletter as well (Right, Neil?)

<[Neil] NHARRIS> Like I said, through all the communications vehicles
at our disposal.  I tend to think the Atari community is very well wired
together. ga

<[Dan] GRIBNIF> ok, now THAT's more like what I wanted to hear 
<[Dan] GRIBNIF> yes, I tend to agree. Sorry about that comment a second ago
sounding a bit huffy. ga.





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