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From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Subject: ANNOUNCE: Antic magazine on the Web
Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current)
Date: Sat Nov 16 18:20:22 1996

From: (Kevin Savetz)
Subject: ANNOUNCE: Antic magazine on the Web
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 1996 09:02:50 -0700

I am happy to announce the launch of the Digital Antic Project. Antic
magazine was the premiere magazine devoted to 8-bit Atari computers.
Antic, like the 8-bit Atari, has been forgotten by all but a small

The Digital Antic Project is a small crusade to put all of the old issues
of Antic (and eventually its sister magazine, STart) on the Internet. I
have received permission from the publisher of Antic to make the material
available on the Internet for free.

The site currently features the complete text of the first two issues, as
well as cover art and memorable ads from the magazine. More material will
be added as time permits -- faster if YOU volunteer to help by scanning,
HTMLizing, or proofreading.

The site is at

Your comments, suggestions and help are welcome!

Current contents of the site include:

----- April 1982 - Vol.1 No. 1
Products in Depth - A survey of three word processors 
Starting Line - Glossary for the novice 
Systems Guide - Memory Map, part one 
Pilot - Pilot your Atari 
Tape Topics - Some help for cassette owners 
In the Public Domain - Chicken 
Forth Factory - Multi-tasking in Forth 
Assembly Language - A keyboard mask 
Software Reviews 
Useful Tricks - Assembler-editor cartridge 
Looking at Books 
Kids Korner 
What's in a Name? ANTIC and Atari 
User Notes - how to tell if you have a GTIA chip 

----- June 1982 - Vol.1 No. 2
Dialing For Data 
Communications Software 
Assembly Language - Move-it 
Starting Line - Screen Editing 
'Tari Talkers - Speech Synthesis Comparison 
Tricks of the Trade - Game Program Techniques 
Pilot Your Atari - Large Text 
In the Public Domain - Death Star 
Systems Guide - Memory Map 
Pascal - A First Look 
Forth Factory 
I/O Board 
Inside Atari 
When the Chips are Down 
New Products 
Looking At Books 
Kids Korner

Kevin Savetz
Michael Current, 8-Bit Atari FAQ & Vendor/Developer Lists maintainer
   User groups: CAIN, SPACE, NWPAC /

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