On Wednesday 21 May 2014, you wrote: > INPUT 64 was IMHO the best electronic mag of the days. Even if all the > money I ever earned on German market was coming from M&T and CP Verlag - I > still felt that it was Heinz Heise who published the best mag. yes and no :) for tools and productivity stuff INPUT64 ruled - for games magicdisk was a lot better :) > > /Input64_tap - tap images of the tapes (1/85 - 7/87, complete) > > > > /Input64_nib - nib images of the disks (4/85 - 12/88, incomplete) > > > > missing (9): > > > > 11/85 > > 1/86 2/86 5/86 6/86 7/86 8/86 9/86 > > I have 1/86 and 6/86 original tapes if those are among those missing? you got that wrong... i have all the .tap images, missing are the mentioned .nib (disks) files > > /Input64_pdf - scans of the papermag (1/85 - 12/88, incomplete) > > > > missing (11): > > > > 3/86 4/86 9/86 > > 5/88 6/88 7/88 8/88 9/88 10/88 > > I have 6/88 7/88 8/88 original “Beihefte” if those are missing too. yes! scans would be awesome > Promise duly noted :-) :) working on it... slowly, but slowly getting somewhere (i am hoping that at the end of the year at the next X party i will get most of the missing stuff) > Let me know if the five I think I can provide for better completeness are > indeed missing from your archives. see above, scans of those "mags" would be nice -- http://www.hitmen-console.org http://magicdisk.untergrund.net http://www.pokefinder.org http://ftp.pokefinder.org Man kann garnicht so dumm denken wie es manchmal kommt. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-05-21 23:00:02
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