atari email archive

a collection of messages sent at Atari from 1983 to 1992.

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uploading from the development system to the VAX

Oct 06, 1983 | 1 message

Yes indeed, you can now upload data directly from the development system to the VAX. Just look at the file [FXL]UPLOAD.DOC to find out how...
filed under: sysadmin

Sound Effect Records

Oct 25, 1983 | 1 message

The following sound effect records are available on a check-out basis. Please see me if you would like to check any of them out. Authentic...
filed under: misc

A Computer Bulletin Board for Disarmament

Nov 22, 1983 | 1 message

Another item for your ever-growing directory of nukewar mail: The Stanford Arms Control and Disarmament Forum announces the establishment...
filed under: current events, bbs

help save your fingers.....

Dec 12, 1983 | 1 message

The following is a public service announcement to all of you who are as lazy as I: Imagine if you log onto KIM (sorry ERNIE, I...
filed under: sysadmin, notable programs

Dec 12, 1983 | 1 message

While we're on the subject, I might mention that Ronald Wilson Reagan anagrams into Insane Anglo Warlord. A public service message. Earl
filed under: current events, humor

Atari 800 Software Theft

Dec 16, 1983 | 3 messages

It has been brought to my attention that some stolen Atari computer software may now be residing on one or more of our VAXes. This is...
filed under: atari policies

And you thought you had a bad day...

Dec 21, 1983 | 1 message

Dear Sir: I am writing in response to your request for additional information in block #3 of the accident reporting form. I put "poor...
filed under: humor


Dec 30, 1983 | 1 message

Some new solutions to some old problems with the NS16032 development system. 1. The MMU we had installed was BAD. It was not doing proper...
filed under: hardware

A neat trick with mail

Jan 09, 1984 | 1 message

For all of you who use the MAIL program as a form of the "paperless office", I have discovered a bug (pronounced "fea-ture") in same. It...
filed under: how to use email

Sound Chips

Jan 19, 1984 | 7 messages

By popular demand, here is a list of sound chips which are or will be available for use in coin-op games: 1. Pokey and Quad-Pokey Price...
filed under: hardware, audio