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Helping Atari Owners Through the World of Computing
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Current Notes Vol. 14 No. 03
by eZine
22 Aug 2019
=================================================== C U R R E N T N O T E S Helping Atari Owners Through the World of Computing =================================================== For the very first time ever, here is a complete ascii version of CURRENT NOTES. It includes every article from the April, 1994 issue. Not included are advertisements, illustrations, screen shots, graphics, etc. For those Atari users who have never seen a copy of CN, here, at least, is a sample of a typical month's contents. --Joe Waters, Publisher, Current Notes.] ...
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Current Notes Writers
by hacker
22 Apr 2019
For Immediate Release February 3, 1994 ====================================================================== Current Notes (The #1 Atari Computer Magazine) is looking for authors. If you have a desire to write articles or product reviews, we want to hear from you! No experience is necessary, but enthusiam is. Help do your part to keep the Atari community alive! Send the following information : Atari computer model(s) Memory/HD configuration Monitor(s) Printer(s) Modem speed Online networks Software you use Software you would like to review To : Paul Lefebvre Cu...
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Current Notes Basic Guidelines
by hacker
22 Apr 2019
Basic Guidelines for Current Notes authors : ============================================ Please try to remember that you are writing for audiences that may be completely unfamiliar with the product or topic being discussed. Write for the lowest common denominator (novice), but add enough information to satisfy those that are more informed. Break up your writing into paragraphs of a reasonable length. Add subject headings periodically so as to give a sense of organization and to keep the article from appearing to be a long discourse. Screen captures (preferably ST high res...
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Current Notes Software Developers
by hacker
22 Apr 2019
For Immediate Release February 3, 1994 ====================================================================== Software Developers : Current Notes wants to review your products. We understand how difficult it is to sell Atari products in the current market. We would like to help make Atari users aware of your products. Commercial and shareware developers are encouraged to send review copies and press releases of their products to the ST Editor. Contact : Paul Lefebvre Current Notes ST Editor 78 Winter Street Portland, ME 04102 (207) 828-1225 GEnie : P.LEFEBVRE Delphi : PLE...
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Current Notes Ad
by hacker
22 Apr 2019
"Another of the FIRST PLACE AWARDS goes to Current Notes - The Newsletter for Atari owners ..." - John Dvorak Infoworld, 1985 "****´ Current Notes ... features one of the best mixes of material you can find." - Andy Eddy AtariUser, 1992 Current Notes The Nation's No.1 Atari Magazine If you own an Atari, the very best investment you can make for your computing future, either in money or time, is a subscription to CURRENT NOTES. Don't wait another day! See why this magazine has been consistently rated at the top of the heap. To start CURRENT NOTES...
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Current Notes Vol. 14 No. 3 April 1994
by hacker
22 Apr 2019
=================================================== C U R R E N T N O T E S Helping Atari Owners Through the World of Computing =================================================== For the very first time ever, here is a complete ascii version of CURRENT NOTES. It includes every article from the April, 1994 issue. Not included are advertisements, illustrations, screen shots, graphics, etc. For those Atari users who have never seen a copy of CN, here, at least, is a sample of a typical month's contents. --Joe Waters, Publisher, Current Notes.] T...
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