To learn how SPACE began, see the article "Origins" by SPACE club member Tony Walsh, SPACE Newsletter, July 1996.
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Saint Paul ATARI® Computer Enthusiasts (SPACE) is an independent user group of owners of Atari Home Computers. It has been organized by local owners of Atari computers for the purpose of mutual self assistance and sharing of information. It is open to all interested computer enthusiasts.
Benefits of memberships in the group include a monthly newsletter delivered via email, software demonstrations, group purchases, public domain disk(s) of the month (DOM) software at low prices, personal contacts/learning, greater information and awareness on the world of Atari, software at discounted prices from dealers, question and answer session, etc. Come to a meeting to find out more.
The meetings are devoted primarily to the 8-bit Atari computers such as the 400, 800, 600XL, 800XL, 65XE and 130XE. Users of the ST/TT/Falcon range of Atari computers are more than welcome as well. The SPACE group meets on the second Friday of each month at the Falcon Heights Community Center, 2077 Larpenteur Avenue West, at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at about 7:00 p.m.
CD-ROMs #1 and
Both CD-ROMs are available for purchase through our local Atari dealer:
Video 61 & Atari Sales
Proceeds help to support SPACE.
Please contact us if you have any of the early missing issues from 1982-1984, so that we can complete the archive!
The 21-part "Larry's Action! Tutorial" series of articles by SPACE club member Larry Serflaten ran from 1/95 to 3/96.
The syndicated Z*Net newsletter supplement appeared in issues 6/89, 7/89, 9/89 (Z*Net v1n4, v1n5, v1n7).
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c/o Gregory Leitner
3407 78TH ST E
INVER GROVE HEIGHTS MN 55076-3037
YES, WE HAVE A LOCAL ATARI DEALER HERE IN MINNESOTA (mail-order only): Video 61 & Atari Sales
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