8-Bit Software Online Conversion

                                To: 999 (all members) From: D6E (Richard Harker) Subject: 'Squares and crosses' info Hi, I started this program in February 1997, but must have got bored and started something else. Anyway, I found it yesterday and finished it this afternoon. It's just a computerised version of your usual 'noughts and crosses' except that it uses squares instead of noughts. The only thing worth noting is that if on any game there's a draw, then you have to replay the game until someone wins. Cheers, Rich.  To: 999 (all members) From: 3WU (Fred Price) Subject: A Round Tuit At long last we have a sufficient quantity for each of you to have his own Guard It Well as these Tuits have been hard to come by especially the round ones as A Round Tuit is an indispensable item, it will help you to become a more efficient worker. For years we have heard people say "I'll do this when I get round to it". Now that you have a round tuit of your very own, Many things that have needed to be accomplished will now get done. This programme is intended to be used in the FontStyle programme so the programme is in View ready to load onto the disc including the codes so change these to suit yourself the reason it is in FontStyle is that is how I get the Large Font that is used in part of the programme. If you have not got the FontStyle programme you are missing out on a good programme so get it as quick as you can. The programme being in View can be converted to other formats but it is better in FontStyle two copies can be printed on an A4 sheet and after printing mark it in a circle and cut it out the programme will be found under the title of.   Fred Price  To: 999 (all members) From: 3WU (Fred Price) Subject: ANGEL2 As usual someone had to do another verse about the Angel Of The North but unfortunatly parts of the poem are similar in form but it does show that people take notice. The Ode To The Angel can be printed out in the usual way so put your paper in your printer and away you go for ANGEL2 Fred Price                    