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- Techno Teaboy
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Hi Gordon and everyone else.
As you know, I'm up for contributing to issue 108. I'm still alive and lurking around here and Lemon 64.
Robin 'Pig in a Poke' Hogg
- King of Zzap Towers
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robin hogg wrote:As you know, I'm up for contributing to issue 108. I'm still alive and lurking around here and Lemon 64.
Hahaha! The fool! Once you're snared there's no escape!
Of course, what I mean is "cool and groovy".
Anyone heard from Paul recently? Steve said he might write something, but hasn't replied to my email from a few weeks back. Maybe our ideas were crap or something!
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They Were Our Gods
- a website charting my progress on an upcoming book of the same name, about the UK gaming scene in the 1980s.
- Techno Teaboy
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In case this ever gets rolling again, I'd be happy to contribute. I was a writer for Commodore World and Go64, wrote a ton for CU Amiga, and had a minor hand in the recent gamestick (mostly just issuing threats to the dev team about what games should and should not be included, although I did have the honor of writing the super-compressed documentation.)
Waiting patiently (vainly) for the Def Guide to CU Amiga...
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jcompton wrote:Waiting patiently (vainly) for the Def Guide to CU Amiga...)
[off-topic] Well just pass Mort a bit of white powder in a brown envelope and he'll have them done for you in a couple of hours!