New Downloads Available

Brandt J Fine, author of Skyscraper and Gobbler, has graciously given permission to his files available for download, so if you search for Brandt J Fine, the files he ok’d should be live.

Similarly, Bill Prady has also graciously given permission to make his files available for download, so if you search for Bill Prady, the files he ok’d should be live.

Unknown Commands

In my travels of reading disks and making sure the software runs, I have come across a few programs which use commands I cannot identify. I have check Snapp Extended BASIC, GBASIC, BASICG, LNWBASIC, LBasic, ZBASIC, NEWBASIC, etc. and I just can’t figure them out.

If anyone out there knows which Model 1/3/4 environment or software package may use the command LINPUT, please let me know. This command is part of Kim Watt’s Super Utility Help BBS, I think.

Thanks!

P.S. – David Sutherland researched and solved the mysteries of #CLS and HCLS.

Floppy Days Podcast # 92 – Interview with Editor of CLOAD Magazine

Floppy Days podcast, devoted to all types of vintage computing, recently interviewed Mr. Dave Lagerquist, who was the editor of both the CLOAD cassette magazine, which was produced for the TRS-80 Model I and Model III, and Chromasette cassette magazine, which was produced for the Tandy Color Computer.

The Floppy Days podcast can be found at https://floppydays.libsyn.com/floppy-days-92-dave-lagerquist-interview-editor-cload-and-chromasette.

April 17, 2019 – New TRS-80 Trash Talk Podcast

The podcast TRS-80 Trash Talk # 30 is out now.

In this episode, In this episode, Spring is in the air at Trash Talk headquarters, so we’ve been itchy to make quite a few acquisitions lately that we discuss, including a long weekend drive to Chicago. We also introduce a new TRS-80 search engine that should prove to be a highly valuable resource to the TRS-80 community. Then, we do some eBay shopping for TRS-80 computers and related items. Finally, we interview TRS-80 programmer Rick Papo. Rick was the author of several important reference books for the TRS-80 which included reverse engineered and highly documented system source code. These are invaluable references for the modern day Z80 assembler programmer.

You can download or listen at http://www.trs80trashtalk.com/.

New Cover thanks to David Sutherland

Title: Tandy Source Book Applications Software Vol 8
Year: 1986
Publisher: Tandy
Pages: 336
Cat No: 26-0215
TOSEC: Tandy Source Book Applications Software Vol 8 (1986)(Tandy)

I continue to try to add ads for files in the archive and missing entries for files which are missing. Unfortunately, this Sourcebook lists the vendor who submitted the item and price as the contact information instead of identifying the actual author of the program; making using it for these purposes impossible. I’ll continue going through magazines …

Site Update

I finally bypassed the bug that was keeping product advertisements from showing up when clicked on the Software search results. I am now going through all the catalogs I have, and am trying to add as many ads/catalog entries as I can. This includes a foree into listing items which are missing from the archive.