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(Last updated: 07/29/18 - 12 p.m.)
New Virtual Disk Drive - A new Virtual Disk Drive is now available for ADAM. This long-needed piece of hardware is by MicroFox and costs $130 plus shipping. It is available from the ADAM News Network. For more information go HERE.
Got Missing Software? I'm looking for ADAM software, programs and games of all kinds either as disk images for ADAMem/Virtual ADAM or on real ADAM disks. If you've got anything you'd like to share or trade (or perhaps sell to me cheap!!!), please email me HERE. Go HERE for a list of what I am looking for.
NIAD One of the longest lasting and best newsletters produced for the ADAM is now online in PDF format. Every issue from January 1985 through March/April 1994 can be found by clicking right here: Other Newsletters. There is also an ever-growing number of other miscellaneous newsletters that can be found there.
***Virtual ADAM*** Steve Pitman (author of games for the ADAM such as Ghost Zapper and ADAM Bomb) has written a new front end for use with the ADAMem emulator. "It's a Windows graphical front-end for ADAMem that is built around DosBox. It's written in Visual Basic and makes it a great way to run ADAMem in Windows XP without any problems (like the audio), it should work in Vista also. You can run ADAMem either fullscreen or in a window. You can change ADAM peripherals, insert disks and tapes into the drives, edit disks and tapes with a decimal editor. It can separate by CP/M, EOS, Bootable, Non-Bootable, Cartridge, etc... It supports long filenames, when you highlight a title it displays notes, screenshots, a catalog of the file in the image, you can then click on the file name to open it in Windows, etc..." The latest version is available here: ADAM Downloads.
NOTE: I've gone back through all the ECNs and converted them to a
format that is suitable to PDF, cleaning up some mistakes, and adding back
in some of the ads and material that were originally left out. You can
find the PDFs in the OTHER NEWSLETTERS section. I plan on
leaving the HTML issues here, as well, but they still need a little
cleaning up here and there, as well. It literally took me about 10 years to complete these
newsletters and I started with just a text editor and limited knowledge of
HTML. Now I'm using Front Page which makes things a heck of a lot easier
with formatting and a spell checker.
As always, please remember, these electronic reprints are for information purposes only - do
not write or respond to
ads, addresses, phone numbers or email contained within the issues of
ECN - they are from 1984-88 and in most cases are no longer valid!!!
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