Welcome to the Glenside Color Computer Club Inc.'s Resource Page.
Cool Stuff for your CoCo - Mark Marlette
||David Keil's Emulator |
TRS-80 Model 1, Model III, Model 4/4P & Color Computers.
||David Keil's Emulator - Review by Brian K. Hahn |
Just Plain Entertainment!
||Drive Pak Product Page - Roger Taylor |
The TRS-80/Tandy Color Computer consoles are some of the longest living vintage personal computers with an active user base spread around the world since 1980. The time has come to consider ditching the desk full of ancient heavy drives that were once required to let a CoCo load software. A Drive Pak is a virtual disk drive system that can take the place of your real floppy and hard drives.
||DriveWire 3/4 - Efficient Storage for the CoCo! - Mark Marlette |
||LogiCall V7.0 Operating System Ensemble for CoCo 123 |
LogiCall is an Executive Level Synonym Execution Program and integrated software ensemble that enhances the speed and operating ease of your Color Computer. LogiCall permits you to move from drive to drive, move into and out of your word processor, database, spreadsheet, terminal program and other programs using just a few logical keystrokes. LogiCall displays pictures and word processor files on the screen without using graphics or word processor programs. Likewise, LogiCall handles all disk management operations. File location for 400 programs is also provided.
Contact - Bob Swoger
||ORIGINAL GAMER STEVIE STROW |
Steve has many YouTube videos
The web link will take you to a page that has a number of more links.
||RETRO Innovations |
Jim Brain makes hardware for vintage computers
||Sub-Etha Software - Allen Huffman |
"In Support of the CoCo and OS-9 since 1990!"
Glenside CCC Supporters
||E-TECH web design studio |
E-TECH wed design studio design and host websites for business and nonprofit organizations. We're glad to support Glenside in their efforts.
Sites of Interest
||CoCo 1 & 2 Stuff - Bill Yakowenko |
• New cool stuff
• My own CoCo 1&2 stuff
• Bulletin Boards and random pointers
• CoCo Support Periodicals
• Where to get BASIC ROM images
||CoCo Friends Disk Magazine - Jim Davis |
About the CoCo & CFDM
||CoCo Quest - Mike Snyder |
Download CoCo Games
||Dragon & Tandy CoCo Resources - Paul Burgin |
This page contains links to various resources related to the Dragon 32 and Dragon 64 microcomputers.
Some areas accessed from this page are also relevant to the Tandy CoCo microcomputer.
||FTP directory /coco/ at ftp.maltedmedia.com |
Advertisments, BOOKS, DRAGON, MAGAZINES, MANUALS, PRODUCTS, SOFTWAR, TUTORIALS, UTILS, ...
Use this link: ftp://ftp.maltedmedia.com/coco/
||Life and Times of the Color Computer - Steve Bjork |
After many years, I finally started a website dedicated to a corner of the computer revolution that I was part of. The information found on this website will mostly cover the Tandy/Radio Shack Color Computer series with a little history of other computers and technology that impacted on the CoCo. (CoCo is the beloved nickname for the Color Computer.)
||NitrOS9.LCURTISBOYLE.COM - L. Curtis Boyle |
||Sock Master's Web Page - John Kowakski |
Donkey Kong, Gloom-3D demo, CoCo Demos page, CoCoTracker, HiColor viewer, 4mhz CoCo Project, GIME register reference, CoCo4 Ideas, Twilight Terminal, Digi-512, and RS232 Pak Upgrade
||TANDY/Radio Shack Color Computer News & Updates |
News and Updates
||The 2013 CoCo Coding Contest - Aaron Wolfe |
Software Writing Contest
||The CoCo Nutz! e-Magazine - Mary Kramer |
Web Link: [link]
FTP Link: ftp://ftp.maltedmedia.com/coco/MAGAZINES/CoCo%20Nutz/
||The CoCo SuperSite! - Roger Taylor |
A Rainbow 30 Years Wide! Long Live The CoCo
ToolShed is a package of utilities to perform cross-development from Windows, Linux or Mac OS X computers to the Tandy Color Computer and Dragon microcomputers.
Tools are included to read/write both OS-9 RBF disk images and CoCo Disk BASIC disk images.
||ToolShed - Download Files from Sourceforge |
ATTR, CMP, COPY, DCHECK, DEL, DELDIR, DIR, DSAVE, DUMP, FORMAT, FREE, FSTAT, GEN, ID, IDENT, LIST, MAKDIR, MODBUST, PADROM, RENAME
ATTR, COPY, DIR, DSKINI, FREE, KILL, LIST, RENAME
||TRS-80 Color Computer Archive |
[link] Operating Systems
||TRS-80 Color Computer History - Wikipedia |
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
||TRS-80 EMULATION Page - Jeff Vavasour |
TRS-80 Model I
TRS-80 Model III
TRS-80 Model 4
TRS-80 CoCo 2
TRS-80 CoCo 3
||Virtual Color Computer (Vcc) |
A Tandy Color Computer 3 Emulator
||YACCS (Yet Another Color Computer Site) - Diego Barizo |
Game link to downloading Furious Felines: [link]
After clicking the link, click on one of the pictures (on the page) and the download process will begin.
||Yet Another CoCo & MC10 site - Rogelio Perea |
||FPGA virtual Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer 3 (CoCo 3) |
The FPGA supports DriveWire.
DE1 Altera FPGA Development board.
[link] Yahoo Groups on CoCo 3 FPGA
[link] CoCoFEST! 2010 Teaser
[link] CoCoFEST! 2010 - TRS-80 CoCo plays Star Wars video!
[link] CoCoFEST! 2010 - Roy Justus' creepy hexapod robot
[link] CoCoFest 2009 Teaser
[link] CoCoFest 2009 - Saturday
[link] Chicago CoCoFest 2008 Montage
||John Linville's Retro Computer Game FAHRFALL |
John Linville talks about some of the How's and Why's behind his new retro computer game project for the 1980's Radio Shack Color Computer "FAHRFALL" (A winner of the Retro Computer Challenge Winter Warmup!)
||LogiCall Operating System |
-==GATOR==- Software Development's Bob Swoger will demo the LogiCall V7.0 Disk Management System for the CoCo 3, DriveWire and Vcc released in 2012 at the Elgin CoCoFEST!.
With the introduction of 256 virtual drives to manage, LogiCall is a MUST!
Vintage Computer Festival Midwest 6.0 2011 LogiCall . [link]
||Sub-Etha Software Videos - Allen Hufman |
YouTube Videos on the 2013 CoCoFEST!
||Vintage Computer Festival Midwest 5.0 2010 Glenside Booth |
This is a glance at the Glenside Color Computer Club Inc. booth as part of the Vintage Computer Festival Midwest Version 5.0 and Emergency Chicagoland Commodore Convention held on Sept. 18, 2010 in Lombard, IL
||List of Chicago Classic Computer Clubs |
Tandy Color Computer, Pet, Commodore, Amiga, and, Atari
||Links to Computer Museums |
Look for the links on this page
||Uncle Roger's Classic Computer Resources |
As I wander the web, I occasionally stumble across a web page related to classic computers... Okay, yes, I admit it, I actually go looking for them. And when I find them, I naturally bookmark them. Eventually, they end up here, on my list of classic computer resources.
Vintage Web Pages
||Club BBS Homepage - Bob Swoger |
Check out the links on this page
||Glenside Color Computer Club |
Classic style web page