vegaspipistrelle at gmail.com
Sat Sep 28 21:39:05 EDT 2013
Thanks, Siobhan. I am running it on the Mac, thanks to the really great instructions. I know just enough about Unix command line to be dangerous, so it's just as well. It took a couple of tries to get the syntax right, but I did it. :)
On Sep 28, 2013, at 5:29 PM, Siobhan Murphy <siobhan-m at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi. Well the only disk I was looking forward to playing, was a Math disk where you Leonard to make change, metric 21 rounding numbers as well as others. Unfortunately it looks as though there are no legal way sto distribute it, although i'm hopeful it will change at some point. i haven't played all of them, but I liked oregon trail. Of course, I died the first time I replayed it. ;) If you get a Mac and would like help putting it on, that's possible, I'll be glad to help you.
> On Sep 28, 2013, at 6:07 PM, Teresa Cochran <vegaspipistrelle at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi! I haven't seen any messages on this list so far, but thought I'd say hi. I am having loads of fun with this project. I was briefly introduced to the Apple 2e when I was in college in 1984, and then along came IbM, which wasn't accessible, at least at our DSP program, so I literally had a human screen-reader. I got my first computer tutor into a can of worms when I asked if there was a way to Braille out the games list on a disk. I was on a roll, but didn't return to computers until Flipper and DOS in the late 80s.
>> Anyway,, this project gave me the opportunity to pretend to go back in time and "catch up". I really appreciate the attention to it, and I am looking forward to other disks, if they're forthcoming. I think my favorite game thus far is the Typing Game, though I wouldn't be able to pick a second favorite. The Talking apple tutorial was a lot of fun to go through. I'd completely forgotten about the "open apple" and "solid apple" keys. :)
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