credits are on page 3, here are the people who made it possible.
Les Ellingham did the Editing
looked after the ads
Phil Cardwell gave valuable Editorial Assistance
The Regular Contributors are ...
John Davison jr
The superb Cover illustration and sundry other
illustrations (also last issue) are by Barry Armstrong.
All other contributors for this issue are credited
alongside their articles or programs. Thanks to everybody for
contributing and thus helping others.
Inspiration for this issue came from Van Morrison,
Relativity, Nanci Griffith, Harvey Andrews, Pet Shop Boys, Pink
Floyd, Lyle Lovett, Sipho Mabuse, Mary Coughlan, Heart, Neil Young
and others. Also, and especially, from Sean who was three just
before the typing started!
Serious? You bet! But Atari is supposed to be fun
as well isn't it?
The next issue of PAGE 6 could feature YOUR article
or program. So, send it!
PAGE 6 is put together almost entirely with Atari
equipment and software. Hardware used: 130XE, 1050 disk drive, 810
disk drive, 850 Interface, modem, NEC 8023 printer, 1040ST, SM124
monitor, Atari SH204 hard disk drive, Epson RX100 printer,
Microstuffer Buffer. Software used: Superscript, Turbo Basic,
Tele-Talk, Kermit, Print Wiz and several custom written utilities on
the 8-bit. STwriter, PC Intercomm, Thunder and Fleet Street
Publisher on the ST.
Copy is prepared on a 130XE using Superscript and
various custom written programs and then transferred to the ST via
8-bit Kermit and PC Intercomm. It is then spell checked with Thunder
and the layout drafted with Fleet Street Publisher. Finished copy is
output from the ST to a Konnect 2 cassette machine and then fed into
a Monotype Lasercomp typesetter.