A few weeks ago, I was in Münster and met up with Mr. Vince. After a wonderful afternoon (including pointers to the sights of Münster), we spent a lot of the time discussing the history of Kryoflux (and his old work at Cachet for the Amiga X-Copy software).
The Customs officers at Bremen airport were a little bemused and stiffly asked me "what's in the box" with my (really bad) German explanation of "retro computer spielen disketten für Atari und Amiga" working to a point before he realised I was murdering his language and I was allowed to explain the rest in English
They were also interested in my 7" Android tablet .. including me having to power it up to prove it was really an Android tablet.
SO I finally got around to setting it up tonight and after an earlier mishap of selecting FM instead of MFM, I've now got a nice pile of 'original disks to preserve' (including the Kryoflux stream files, of course).
Once I'm through with my original disks, I can start on my C64 originals ... but that's for another forum
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- slowly digging up the bits from my past (and re-working a few): Atari ST, Sega 8-bit (game hacks) and NDS (Music ripping guide).
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