[Coco] An interview with the Image Producers, May 14th 4:00 PM EST
L. Curtis Boyle
curtisboyle at sasktel.net
Mon May 9 01:42:48 EDT 2016
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> On May 8, 2016, at 11:21 PM, Arthur Flexser <flexser at fiu.edu> wrote:
> So what CoCo software did these guys produce? I am unfamiliar with their
> names or products, and your Facebook link shows only pictures of The Image
> software for Atari and TI. Googling their company references only software
> for the "Radio Shack TRS-80", which generally does not refer to the CoCo
> but to other Tandy computers, even though Tandy initially referred to the
> CoCo as the TRS-80 Color Computer.
> On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 12:02 AM, Steve Strowbridge <ogsteviestrow at gmail.com>
>> Our next live webcast interview will be this Saturday, May 14th at 4:00 PM
>> Our esteem guests will be the Image producers, Al Baker, Bill Moulds and
>> Glenn Soggee.
>> The Image producers created software for the CoCo when it was still a
>> prototype and their library is, to say the least, impressive!
>> The interview is a live stream on YouTube, they image producers will all be
>> on a live Skype video call, and you will be able to submit questions in
>> real-time via chat.
>> The URL is http://live.ogsteviestrow.com
>> If you are on Facebook, I have created an event where you can RSVP, the
>> link to that event is:
>> The interview will be co-hosted by L. Curtis Boyle and myself, we will
>> incorporate all the questions we receive from the live chat in the
>> Please join us in hearing some incredible tales from the early days of CoCo
>> If you've missed any of the 10 previous interviews, they are all up on
>> YouTube 24/7:
>> See you this Saturday!
>> Steve Strowbridge, aka
>> The Original Gamer Stevie Strow
>> ogsteviestrow at gmail.com
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