Dusty has released the March 2021 issue of the TRS8Bit newsletter. Here’s what he had to say:
The start of our 15th year of publication, has some of the most interesting news and ideas that 40 years ago, would, to many, have seemed like science fiction! Dave Veary shows us his upgraded CoCo. Michael Wessel gives the M1 a voice with Talker/80. E.T. Fonehume shows a surprise feature with the old game of Put & Take and has a ‘Flying Saucer’ to show us. Andy has an adventure with a FreHD and a Model 4P. Mr. Threeplates has addition ROM’s for the Model 1. Ian Mavric sets out the details for the 2021 Competition (see the competition page for full details). He also starts building the Mk2 ‘Supermicro’ and looks at problems and solutions with type II HDA memory.
Harold Finch, once again, stretches your mind. Pascal Holdry needs assistance with various projects. Lawrence Kesteloot shows recent developments on his website. A CGA to VGA item on Ebay might be of interest? Don Bannister has a mystery item, from the day, which he hopes someone can identify. There’s a new feature entitled ‘Assembly Bytes Back’ for you Z80 assembly programers. There’s a quick look at articles, published in the day and finally, there are some Ebay bargain from the last 3 months.
It can be downloaded from his web site.