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The Commodore 64, now on OSNews!

AKAImBatman (238306) writes | more than 7 years ago

User Journal 2

It looks like my most recent article has made it to the front page of OSNews. As usual, the comments got off to a rocky start with the requisite grouch making half-baked arguments. Other than the political sub-thread he started, the comments have otherwise been very positive.

It looks like my most recent article has made it to the front page of OSNews. As usual, the comments got off to a rocky start with the requisite grouch making half-baked arguments. Other than the political sub-thread he started, the comments have otherwise been very positive.

All in all, I think the coverage is kind of cool. Wouldn't you agree? :)

Edit: Almost forgot! One poster was kind enough to provide a link to this little hack. (And I do mean *little*!) Smitty, I think that one is for you? ;)

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A big fan (1)

jambarama (784670) | more than 7 years ago | (#16511063)

Love your blog, I've been reading for some time. I'd rather read great material infrequently than poor material frequently. Keep up the great work!

Re:A big fan (1)

AKAImBatman (238306) | more than 7 years ago | (#16512373)

Thanks jambarama! It's sometimes hard to find enough time to write, so I'm glad that people still enjoy my work. No matter how infrequently. ;)
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