Resources - CoCo Life
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Links of Interest
Below are a few helpful on-line resources. Please note, they will open in a new browser window! If you have software to stop pop-ups or new windows, you may need to disable it first before viewing these resources.
Annual "Last" Chicago CoCoFEST - Website for more information on the Annual "Last" Chicago CoCoFEST.
Briza and David's coco based web pages - This website will be dedicated to my all time Fav 8 bit platform computer. The Tandy Color Computer 1,2 and 3. Some people will say why a website based on an obsolete computer. If you only knew what this power house 8 bit computer can do.
CoCo3.com - CoCo3.com is a Tandy Color Computer information and resource site. We (the CoCo Community) are here to help keep the Tandy Color Computer alive.
With excellent search engine rankings, you're welcome to take a ride on CoCo3.com's back so that your Services, Software, Hardware, Ideas, and Events will be seen by more CoCo users than ever.
CoCoNutz! E-Zine - Do you miss the days of getting The Rainbow magazine or a newsletter from your favorite CoCo club in the mail? Do you remember when those publications started out as a single sheet or flyer?
Well, you still can't beat the feeling of kicking back in your easychair while reading CoCo articles, BASIC program listings, hardware advice, and more goodies all from one book. Also, half the fun is waiting on the next issue!
Mary Kramer (the late Dale Kramer's daughter) has started an online newsletter/e-zine called 'CoCoNutz!' Please check it out and consider contributing some material to the next issue!
Glenside Color Computer Club - Information on the Glenside Color Computer Club and the Annual "Last" Chicago CoCoFEST!
Tandy Color Computers Game List, NitrOS9 and more - Several coco related sites, including the Tandy Color Computer Games list (a steadily growing list of commercial games that were available for all three models of the Color Computers, complete with screenshots, a little background, and occasionally easter eggs and/or hints or tips), the NitrOS9 page (an older version of Nitros9 that worked a lot on), and several other Coco related pages.