[Coco] Hello Color Computer Users
John M. Eicher
jmeicher at starband.net
Tue Jul 27 12:01:46 EDT 2004
For the most part, I wanted to let you know what an impact your writing
has had on my life. Your information and guidance brought me so far
along in programming all those years ago. Indeed, I am getting back into
6809 assembly programming and of course your book is again my faithful
companion as I re-discover the joy of CoCo programming. I owe quite a
lot to you.
From: coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com [mailto:coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com]
On Behalf Of William Barden
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 10:42 AM
To: coco at maltedmedia.com
Subject: [Coco] Hello Color Computer Users
My name is William Barden, Jr. Many of you probably know me from my
in Rainbow Magazine and the several books that I authored on various
for the Color Computer. Someone forwarded me a link to a website which
contained some discussion about me, and after doing some research, I
this mailing list.
For those who are wondering, I have been retired for a number of years,
am currently living in Palm Beach, Florida. I still have a few Color
Computers in storage, though I have not turned them on in a number of
From doing a search on the Internet, I was surprised to learn that
is still a lot of activity with the Color Computer. Such devotion has
always been a part of the Color Computer's history, and it is good to
being carried on today. I hope that in some way, my articles and
have inspired others to do amazing things with their Color Computers.
While I do not have a lot of time even as a retiree, I would be willing
take questions regarding my writings and works related to the Color
Computer. As I have stated, it has been a number of years since I have
anything with the computer, so please bear with me if I cannot give as
assistance as I would like.
William Barden, Jr.
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