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The TI-99/4A Home Computer Page (HCP) http://www.99er.net/ Newsletter #56 January 28, 2004 TI CABLE SITE HOSTED ON 99ER- CONNECT YOUR TI TO ALMOST ANYTHING If you’re looking for a way to connect your TI to anything with an RCA video/audio input (your VCR, TV, video card) Al Kresock is making a nifty cable that will allow you to do just that. Al’s site was being hosted through the free 99er website, but I had to discontinue that service due to abuse. I’m hosting the pages directly now, and they can be found at http://ticable.99er.net . TI99 BUMPER STICKERS TI99 bumper stickers are still available, and they’re only $3 each! This price includes postage within the U.S. You can see what they look like and get the ordering information at http://www.99er.net/stickers.html . The stickers are the oval ‘European’ type, and look pretty nice, if I do say so myself. CARTRIDGE MANUALS I’m working on scanning all of my manuals to PDF format. I’m low on drive space on the web site, so Don O'Neil has agreed to host them on the Western Horizon Technologies FTP server. They can be found in the 'datasheets & manuals' directory, and I’ve already uploaded Parsec, Munchman, TI Invaders, Alpiner, Hunt The Wumpus, and A-Maze-Ing. HELP SUPPORT THE TI99 HOME COMPUTER PAGE I cover the cost of web hosting 99er.net out of my own pocket. The site doesn’t make any money- I just do it because I enjoy it and love these old computers. I don’t mind paying for it, but I will gratefully accept donations. You can donate with your credit card through Amazon.com by going to http://www.99er.net/cgi-bin/to.cgi?l=99erdonate . If don’t want to use Amazon, email me and arrangements can be made to use Paypal or standard mail. If you’re not inclined to donate money, at least click on the banner ads on the top of the site pages. By doing so, the site gets $0.06. Thanks! TI-99/4A BOOKS ON AMAZON.COM To browse for TI-99/4A books on Amazon.com, follow this handy link: http://www.99er.net/to.cgi?l=ti99books 99MENU AND TAPE994A UPDATED New versions of 99menu (front end for the v9t9 and MESS emulators) and Tape994a (v 3.1- convert your cassette files to emulator format) are now available. Check the ‘emulator utility’ page at http://www.99er.net/emutil.html . MICROPENDIUM INDEX ON MAINBYTE All issues of Micropendium have been scanned and uploaded to the Western Horizon Technologies FTP server, but how do you find anything in them? Well, Mainbyte had created and amazing searchable index of the whole archive. The Mainbyte site can be found at http://www.mainbyte.com/ti99. While you’re there, check out his hi-res TI graphics, and his projects page (including how to install blue LEDs in your PEB). Great site! TI99 T-SHIRTS Shirts with the graphics from Mainbyte can be purchased at http://www.cafeshops.com/994ashop , http://www.cafeshops.com/994ashop2 , and http://www.cafeshops.com/geneve . TOMY TUTOR EMULATOR Ian Gledhill has written a Tomy Tutor emulator that runs in Windows. What is the Tomy Tutor and what does it have to do with the TI99? It's a TI-99 clone made by the Tomy Corporation in the 1980's that is based around the 16-bit Texas Instruments 9995 processor. For download links, check the ‘news’ section of the Home Computer Page at http://www.99er.net/ti.shtml . MESS Update and TI-99/8 Emulation Using the MESS Emulator, you can run a virtual TI-99/4A or Geneve on the platform of your choice. With the advent of version 0.76, you can now emulate the TI-99/8 too. 0.76 isn't available on the MESS site yet, but you can find it along with other needed files in the MESS directory of the Western Horizon Technologies FTP site at ftp.whtech.com/. LATEST FEATURED AUCTION This weeks featured auction is a complete system including speech synthesizer, program recorder, software, books ,and manuals. http://www.99er.net/to.cgi?l=featauct LATEST FOURM POST old 99/4a loading :by Tomoscan http://www.99er.net/cgi-bin/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=4;t=27 Thanks for visiting, and thanks for your support. -Rich Happy TI'ing! [email protected] TI-99/4A Home Computer Page http://www.99er.net/
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