[Coco] Coconuts in the Washington, DC, or Richmond, VA area...
carlin at nauticom.net
Thu Jul 22 10:40:23 EDT 2004
I'd like to second both those requests. I too would happily purchase a
copy of the new emulator.
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 mmarlett at isd.net wrote:
> This is good news. Please let us know how to purchase this for those who
> can't make it. I personally would like to purchase a copy.
> Also there has been references to Glenside being the holder of various
> items, ie: software, magazines, etc. Can you please post to the list as to
> what Glenside has in it's archive?
> >At the next meeting of the Glenside Color Computer Club, Mr. David Keil
> will be presenting the latest addition to his CoCo3 Emulator....RAM in
> excess of 128K. That's right! He has the 512K and 2M modes working in
> Beta, plus a bug fix or two. Copies may be available.
> >Spread the word!
> >Refreshments at Portillo's following the meeting; Dutch Treat.
> >August 12, 2004
> >Schaumburg Township District Library
> >130 S Roselle Rd
> >Schaumburg, IL 60193
> >(847) 985-4000
> >7:00 PM
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