Re: [stella] book

Subject: Re: [stella] book
From: Scott Huggins <sub17_5k@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 11:47:59 -0800 (PST)
It seems pretty amazing that this person would even
attempt to do this without the StellaList people. I
seriously doubt he knows near as much about the 2600
as the regulars here.

--- Glenn Saunders <cybpunks@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Remember our discussions a few months back about
> putting together either a 
> comprehensive website or a book?
> Mike Mika (mikem@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) posted this on
> atari2600nexus.  I 
> thought everyone here should know in case they
> wanted to collaborate in 
> some way.  I sent him an email to try to get him to
> drop in here and see 
> what we can do for him.  It would be a shame if they
> compiled this book 
> without drawing on any of our resources.  Is anyone
> out there already 
> working with them?
>  >>
> I am currently working with Chris Charla (Ex-Editor
> of Next-Generaion 
> Magazine) on a comprehensive beginners guide to
> programming the 2600, which 
> will hopefully contain all tools, sourcecode and
> information to not only 
> create your own games, but burn them to eeproms and
> make your own 
> cartridges. The text will include new games and
> their sourcecode, and a 
> step-by-step analysis of the sourcecode. Also,
> anyone who reads this and 
> wants to get involved with the book is more than
> welcome. We have only just 
> begun writing it, the games and source are nearly
> complete. We do not knwo 
> the final cost for the book yet, but want to keep it
> as reasonable as 
> possible. Expect a bound book with a CD and a color
> section.
> <<
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