Pete Cetinski has let me know that his Wikipedia client for the TRS-80 Model I, called TRSWiki, has been released. Since this would require both high-res and an internet connection, this would be for those people who have purchased the MISE (Model I System Expander). For those interested in learning more, please visit http://pski.net/trswiki/.
Pascal Holdry continues to reverse engineer popular TRS-80 hardware add-ons. If anyone has a NEWCLOCK-80 for the Model I, and can send High-Res pictures of the solder side, it would greatly assist his efforts.
PAGE 03 – IN MAV’S FREHD WORKSHOP (USING DSK/DCT TO MAKE REAL TRS-80 DISKS) – IAN MAVRIC
PAGE 07 – ONE OF THE FIRST REVIEWS OF THE MODEL I WHICH WAS PUBLISHED IN THE SEPTEMBER 1978 EDITION Of ‘PERSONAL COMPUTER WORLD’ – MIKE DENNIS
PAGE 12 – ON THE SHOULDERS Of GIANTS – LEONARDO TORRES
PAGE 14 – GUESS THE NEXT NUMBER (E.T. SENDS US YET ANOTHER SUPER ONE-LINER! THEY CAN BE MUCH MORE DIFFICULT THAN YOU FIRST IMAGINE!) – E.T. FONEHUME
PAGE 15 – USEFUL PROGRAMS FROM THE PAST
PAGE 17 – IN MAV’S WORKSHOP (HI-RES GRAPHICS SERIES – PART 2)
PAGE 23 – MODEL 3 VIDEO PROBLEMS – LARRY KRAEMER
PAGE 28 – BUSINESS TIME WITH KEV – KEVIN PARKER
PAGE 33 – COMPETITION DETAILS
PAGE 34 – IN MAV’S WORKSHOP (HI-RES GRAPHICS SERIES PART 2 REDUX)
PAGE 40 – TRS-80 MODEL I FREHD INTERFACE – BAS GIALOPSOS
PAGE 47 – CREATING THE MODEL FREHD EXPANSION INTERFACE – ANDREW QUINN
Ian Mavric’s new High-Res Graphics board for the TRS-80 Model 4/4GA/4D will be on display at this weekend’s Vintage Computer Festival East in New Jersey.
Information about the show can be found at http://www.vintage.org/2015/east/.
It will be at the exhibit entitled “The Customized TRS-80″ and will be shown along with the FreHD Hard Drive Replacement and demo software.
Google has been whining that the site is not mobile friendly, so I have been looking for “Responsive” WordPress themes that will work without incredible problems. The new one, called DW Minion, seems to do that, although it will need to be configured, which will be slow in the coming.
The old posts definitely look bad, but since there are about 622 of them, I don’t intend to clean them all up.
Otherwise, I am still reading disks for people, sending DOS disks to people, sorting through thousands of disk images, etc. I hope to have another set of eBay auctions soon.