Creative Computing was one of the computing magazines I first read and subscribed to. What a delight- at last glance 35 issues on the web plus the three books "The Best Of...". Read computing history in Index to Creative Computing and read articles on Archive.org CC which goes back to before 1979.
I have some links to streaming audio sites | Our 1998 PC specification
Want a free Windows programming language? Goto MSW
Logo - and program for anything from a Pentium with W95 to the
latest NT, ME or XP. The Windows
3.1 for a 286 version may still be available on this link.
The Great Logo Adventure(here as a 3.6 megabyte zipped download from archive.org), supporting MSW Logo.
MSW logo is dormant but now superceded by fms logo- runs under older Windows (eg XP), not Linux (planned but could be many years). No indication it works with Wine, I haven't tried it. Old version of site at archive.org copy.
I have discovered and now use sdlBasic which exists in a 2012 build for win32 and deb and in a 2007 build as an rpm. You can see some of my programs at Stephen's sdlBasic routines.
There remain some excellent programs for DOS which cannot be run in Windows XP, or for a smaller number, in Dosbox under Linux or Windows XP. To run in a native DOS operating system you may need to get a copy of FreeDOS or Balder, one flavour of which runs from a floppy with no hard disk install or partitioning.
New to the web? Help with manually preparing your web page - which can be much more efficient than using any web tool,
Check the links and syntax on your web
page and more at Addy and
Associates site. They require that you do not turn off referrer logging.
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