[Coladam] ADAMCon videos

Dale Wick dmwick at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 19 22:12:51 CEST 2013

The TurboPascal for CP/M was posted a while ago on the Turbo site for free download.  I'm not sure where best to get it these days, but I wouldn't be surprised if you were to google around a bit that it'd pop up.


 From: Alexander Chaney <alchaney at me.com>
To: Ron Mitchell <rm2892 at gmail.com> 
Cc: "coladam at adamcon.org" <coladam at adamcon.org> 
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2013 2:20:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Coladam] ADAMCon videos

Thanks anyway, next one I will HAVE To make.  

In the mean time, I don't know if this is the right forum or not, so I deeply apologize in advance if I offend anyone with the off topic request.

But does anyone happen to have a copy of turbo pascal?  I did get a copy of another pascal from someone and it's great and I greatly appreciate it and it's working well, however, I figured I'd still ask because all my old work is in turbo pascal and it would be nice to just pick up where I left off I can't remember how many years ago.

I would also like to start programming for the ADAM again and turbopascal just seemed the best choice for me.

Thank you


On Jul 18, 2013, at 4:04 PM, Ron Mitchell <rm2892 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Yeah Alex, I'm with you on this one. Missed only 3 conventions of the first 20, and haven't been to one since 2008. That's a long story, but anyway...
> Daniel is right. Many of those in attendance at the convention will be taking pictures and movie clips. And there will be live streaming if organizer Dale has anything to do with it. Sadly, connections in and out of hotels generally are generally way underpowered, and shared by other guests, Bandwidth is always at a premium.  That has been true ever since the days where we had to arrange a dialup thru compuserve for the Sat night chat.
> I've often thought we need a company photographer/videographer for the Adamcon weekend. Financially, it's just not practical. Unfortunately what they will have going instead over the upcoming weekend will be lots of ehthusiastic attendees with camcorders or cell phones (or both) happily shuttering away while trying their best to take in as much of the instructional sessions as they can. Daniel described that problem pretty well I think.
>  Leaves a little  to be desired for those of us who look on with envy and nostalgia from the outside.
> Sadly, I don't think there's much can be done about it.
> Ron Mutchell
> From Canada's
> Very far away west coast
> Sent from my iPod
> On 2013-07-18, at 12:21 AM, Alexander Chaney <alchaney at me.com> wrote:
>> I've never been to an ADAM con and have wanted to for years, but have never had the time due to work or other commitments.
>> Is there any chance someone can video some of the highlight presentations and possibly put up a youtube channel?
>> I get to see some of the pictures of things in the past, but its hit and miss and there is no real good narrative along with it.
>> Now that I'm returning to the ADAM, I have so many questions, so much I want to do, from programming new applications, getting into the home-brew cart scene, enhancing the hardware with a Raspberry Pi expansion thing I'm toying with and most important, so me of the home-brew ideas that others have done.
>> I'm excited for you all and a bit envious of those who can attend.
>> Thanks
>> -Alex Chaney
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