Apple Clones (was: [rescue] BMRT SGI)
kevin at pipeline.com
Fri Dec 13 02:41:04 CST 2002
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I remember Wizardy.... //c was my first computer, ah
Started off using the most horrid word processor ever
created, Mouse Word, made by some French company. Then
later moved to BankStreet Writer, PFS Write and finally
Anyone remember the game Rendezvous? or Sundog? My
favorite game of all time (even though it was better
on the Atari ST).
On Fri, 13 Dec 2002 19:41:11 -0600
"Jonathan C. Patschke" <jp at celestrion.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Dec 2002, Mike Hebel wrote:
> > I'm thinking "Wizardry" but I'm probably wrong.
> I don't think it was "Wizardry". I remember the name
> being weird, but I don't remember the name itself.
> > Conan and Lode-Runner were my favorites. I used
> > mine mostly for BBS and word processing stuff.
> > AppleWorks and a thermal serial printer. ;-)
> Ugh. AppleWorks. I was busy being brain-damaged by
> WordPerfect and Lotus 1-2-3.
>  If you've ever used it day-to-day for more than a
> little while, all
> those function-key commands are probably still
> burned into the back of your brain.
> Jonathan Patschke
> "Albert Einstein nailed space-time, but the wild
> thing had him stumped.
> Al, baby, two and two make five-and-a-quarter;
> that's why people fall in love." -- Thomas Dolby,
> "That's Why People Fall in Love"
> rescue list -
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