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An old magazine ..

Started by GWS, July 08, 2009, 09:42:43 am

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GWS

I've come across a copy of an IBasic(CBasic) monthly member's magazine from November 2002.

It's interesting, since it has an interview with Paul who discusses the origin and development of the language.

Lots of other interesting things as well of course ..

best wishes, :)

Graham
Tomorrow may be too late ..

Dennisc

Remember the radio interview? I think I still have a recording of it somewhere....

Dennis
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Ionic Wind Support Team

Back when I was optimistic ;)

Ionic Wind Support Team

Duffer

I actually listened to that interview again a couple of months ago.

Were there any other newsletter issues published?

GWS

I've been going through some old hard drives before I dump them.

Found another edition for December 02 .. this one has some source code as well, but I'll have to post them separately 'cos they're too large to upload in one go ..

best wishes, :)

Graham
Tomorrow may be too late ..

GWS

... and here's the December '02 Source code ..

Graham :)
Tomorrow may be too late ..

GWS

This is the only other edition I can find - January '03 ..

Graham :)
Tomorrow may be too late ..

Duffer

July 09, 2009, 10:05:35 am #7 Last Edit: July 09, 2009, 10:07:14 am by BriceManuel
Ooohh Thank You, Graham.  I never got to see/read these.  I reckon I was banned back then. ::)

*edit*  I reckon some wish I was still banned ;D

celphick

It was the publication of these "fanzines"and Dave Ellis' "Puzzlets" [http://www.puzzlet.co.uk/] that got me interested in Ibasic, about Christmas 2003.
The magazines were very professional in appearance but still reminiscent of the magazines like Dr. Dobbs and Byte as they existed in the homebrew days in the mid 1970's,
The existence of enthusiastic support by the users was promising, but the road has since been rocky, more so for Paul.




aurelCB

Thanks Graham :)
I first time see this magazines...
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