everyone should keep an eye out for the Format
magazines. And zounds if only we could get the disks
or cds that came with then. The bitter reality is some
of the coolest pd stuff for the Commie and all came
from the other side of the pond.
> This is the kind of stuff that would help build a
research library for the
> --- Ray Sills <raysills@...> wrote:
> > Hi Bill:
> > I subscribed to Loadstar for a number of years.. I
really don't know
> > how many disks I have from them. But, I do know
that I did not start
> > at the beginning, so you must really have a
"collector's" item in
> > that #1! They did a nice job with their diskette
> > 73 de Ray
> > On Nov 8, 2005, at 9:09 PM, billdeg wrote:
> > > Commodore news:
> > >
> > > Loadstar collectors or veterans?
> > > Loadstar was the great Commodore "electronic"
> > > subscribers received monthly. Each "issue"
contained a diskette
> > > containing programs and articles. Loadstar
would provide a second
> > > diskette that subscribers could return postage
paid with comments. I
> > > have just for the first time got a copy of
Loadstar issue #1...a very
> > > historically important electronic magazine
issue. This was a very
> > > well written debut with lots of product reviews
and utilities. The
> > > sounds and interface were excellent. Very
> > >
> > > Did anyone have a LoadStar subscription while it
was active? I have
> > > an incomplete set of the issue disks, collected
in dribs and drabs
> > > over the past 4 years or so.
> > >
> > > ---
> > >
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