Slow in here.
- On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, swap_and_shop wrote:
> Anybody home?Here, just not having much time for anything. Still mildly interested
in Japanese carts, just not at the prices I've seen, and haven't gone
hunting for others (longshot).
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> Anybody home?We're all working on the web browser and port of Linux. In GBASIC, natch.
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- I'm here...just busy setting up my new Athlon XP1700+ system for triple
boot, Linux, Win98 and OS/2 Warp 4; and pursuing a new love interest
:). The most I've done lately with any other system is read email on my
old PC and play a few games on my Atari 800XL. If anyone has any great
new discoveries on the Tomy let us know and I'll put away the Atari and
haul out my Tutor!
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- I'm here, but devoting more time to taming animals than to messing
I wish I had a scanner with OCR software, though. That'd make it
easy to get docs up on the web, right?
--- In tomytutor@y..., "David S. Brain" <dsbrain@n...> wrote:
> > Anybody home?
On my old computer the Adobe software was agonizingly slow and prone to
crashing so I avoided anything in .pdf format. That's why I actually
typed the docs for the Aquarius and MC-10 in text format and put them on
my website. I started on the TS1000 and TI-99 docs but never finished
them. I don't own the book for the Tomy Tutor so I can't even begin to
do that. I have a scanner but OCR was also slow and didn't work very
well. Come winter I might get back to my docs project, including the
aforementioned books and the JR200U manual.
PS: If anyone has the Tomy book and wants to copy it for me I can see
about getting it up too.
> I'm here, but devoting more time to taming animals than to messing
> with emulators.
> I wish I had a scanner with OCR software, though. That'd make it
> easy to get docs up on the web, right?