"Never let anything mechanical know you're in a hurry."
Quoted by Roy McPartland
THE ST NEWS EMAIL ADDRESS DIRECTORY
SOME EXPERIENCE GAINED WHILE SURFING WITH "NETSCAPE"
by Richard Karsmakers
Yep, the third time this column appears in ST NEWS, and this
time it's been revamped slightly. You see, I have in the main
time been devirginated as far as my WWW experience is concerned
and I have to say this is definitely the thing I most like about
the whole Internet.
What is WWW, I hear some ask?
WWW is an acronym for World Wide Web, which is a pretty apt
metaphore considering the fact that the WWW basically consists of
a huge amount of links, hypertext style, that connect a large
amount of machines across the world with a large amount of other
machines. Usually that means free access to vast amounts of
information that is, on the contrary to regular email stuff,
easily found by means of Web Search Engines. And you can also
FTP, use News and email regularly using a program the likes of
"Netscape" (which is not available on Atari, but does work on PCs
and Macs that they have down at the Utrecht University computer
The metaphore is also quite apt because, like a spider's web,
once you're in it you'll find it difficult to get out.
Because I tend to give attention to stuff I am interested in, I
have now also given a host of more or less interesting WWW sites
for you to surf through. When the things you like are not here,
just remember that you can use any Web Search Engine easily to
get to whatever you want. Quickly and easily.
As coincidence would have it, Richard "Felice" Spowart of Maggie
Team also sent me some stuff to use in ST NEWS about the World
Wide Web. It wasn't too big, so I reckoned it would like nice
THE WORLD WIDE WEB
by Richard "Felice" Spowart
Well, it certainly feels nice to be in demand .. no sooner had I
written my articles for our sister diskmag, DBA #14, and pondered
over what I was originally going to write for Maggie #19, I was
pleased to be invited by Rich Karsmakers to write for ST NEWS.
As many of you now on the Internet will know, the World Wide Web
is a fairly recent addition to the Net (around two or three years
ago at the time of writing). Contained on the Web are some
fantastic sites, which I have been busy exploring, and have found
some great info from all of them.
If, like me, you are into movies, you will want to check out the
Internet Movie Database at http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/Movies.html.
Like the email address given in the Email Directory, this is
certainly faster .. and gives such a wealth of information on any
movie, actor, actress or director, no matter how insignificant
they may be in the printed media! Run by Colin Needham, the
Internet Movie Database is certainly the best, unbeaten in the
world. Forget any other CD-ROM based so-called 'movie database' -
this is the definitive one bar none!
The Movie Database does have entry points in the US and other
countries ... sending email to the address as detailed in the
Email Directory will give you access to these.
Checking back through Usenet newsgroups to find out any
information about a particular person, place, movie or any info
you may want can be done by using the Infoseek Search System. It
can be accessed at http://www.infoseek.com/ and is probably one
of the best search engines on the Internet. They also have an in-
depth search engine...which can be joined for a free trial
lasting for around a month or so. Even after this has ended, you
will find it is such a good deal that you will want to pay for
it. Various services are offered, including one with no monthly
charge, which is probably the best value one. You are charged
around $0.10 US Dollars for this service - but please give it a
Another Usenet search package, called Dejanews, is available.
This keeps a track of all postings to virtually all Usenet groups
over the past year, and can be used to great effect, like
Infoseek. Dejanews can be accessed at http://www.dejanews.com/.
At http://www.yahoo.com/, you can find a fair amount of detail
as with other search engines, however this one is restricted.
Even though this is the case, Yahoo is still worth a look. You
may find many surprises related to things that revolve around
your life - I know I personally have!
The Webcrawler at http://www.webcrawler.com/ gives an index of
Web pages related to a query that you have typed into the search
section. At the time of writing, I input the name of "Corey
Feldman" into the search area, to find a brand-new unofficial
page dedicated to this particular actor, who, despite his general
standing now in the US, has been involved in some fantastic
movies (check out "Dream A Little Dream 1 & 2", "Edge of Honor",
"Meatballs 4" and "Stand By Me" for some classic Corey Feldman
There are simply loads of areas on the Web to search - and who
knows, this will probably increase in the near future.
I know that Rich may already have mentioned this, but keep a
lookout for our new Web pages, coming soon! At the moment, the
address will be http://www.pi.net/~slimer/home.html but we will
be putting plenty of pages on to another area as well, which will
be linked up to the above page. Check them out now!!!
Now...back to the regular proceedings.
Items in bold face type have been added or updated since the
previous version of this column. The WWW thingies are all new
and therefore not bolderized.
A SURFER'S DREAM
Atari Web Pages
The official Atari World Wide Web pages, which are maintained by
Mark Stephen Smith. Lots of Atari info and links to other Atari-
Two further pages to check out for a wealth of more or less
loosely related Atari links are:
If you want to get some pics of rather babelicious females and a
chance to guess who they are, enter the "Babe Test". Pretty
useless, but maybe worth checking out. This is checked out by
over 40,000 people per month.
Probably the world's largest CD/MC/vinyl/video/t-shirt
distribution centre. A totally vast on-line catalogue containing
all officially obtainable albums and then some (mainly Italy
imports, i.e. bootlegs). Amazingly excellent stuff here. Most
albums have track listings and ratings. If you have a credit
card, you can buy yourself silly.
Celebrity Babes on the Net
An interesting page for those of you who do not shun away from
the more beautiful (and famous) females that roam the earth. It
has links to a multitude of pages related to, among others,
Cameron Diaz, Teri Hatcher and the infamous Bundyland Archives
(i.e. Christina Applegate).
For those of you who want to get onto the Bundyland Archives
themselves (which I for one found the most interesting of the
Dorothee Pesch is a blonde babe that was in the German band
Warlock and later went solo. She's a real eye-catcher, and I
think she's the hottest babe in the metal world (as long as she
doesn't open her mouth, because she's got a horrible German
accent). OK, granted, Fiona Flanagan is OK, too, but she's far
too poppy (and has no Web page).
Of course, there are some really nice pics here, too! The first
Doro Page is called "Raging Storm". The other is a Dutch Doro
If you want to check out the Band of Bands on the Web, you
simply have to check out the Dream Theater home page. Nicely
designed with graphics and all.
Electronic Magazine List (John Labovitz' E-Zine List)
For a list of 600+ electronic magazines available on the net,
and where to get them (and what they are about), check out this
One of the more interesting magazines for guitars players is
"Guitar World". The magazine has a WWW pages that's quite
interesting but not too impressive. Check it out if you like
guitars or guitarists, though.
Interesting info for fans of Gibson or Fender guitars can be
found at the following URLs.
A heavy metal magazine home page where you can read the latest
heavy metal news and reviews. Including pictures of the latest
gigs and sampled outtakes of various concerts and albums (you
need a sample player configured to handle that, though).
If you want a basic page to start off of for finding data on any
of the world's languages (including quite a few dictionaries,
including a few really obscure ones), check this one out. I found
it while doing research for my thesis on the Welsh language.
'Magnetic Interlude', like some of you may know, is the joint
cooperation of ST NEWS, "Maggie" and "DBA Magazine". The home
page (which will soon also include an ST NEWS segment!) is to be
found on this URL. It's not too happenin' yet, but will be soon.
The official Yngwie Malmsteen fan club, The Malmsteen Militia,
has its very own Web site. Well-illustrated and with a lot of
interesting related links.
An excellently designed Megadeth page, with loads of pics and
bios and all that nice stuff we all want to know, of course.
Mega's Music Stuff
There a guy on IRC channel #metal by the name of Mega. He's also
the one that set up this homepage. It contains several sub-pages,
for example one containing what are probably dozens upon dozens
of links to pages of various bands. They're all metal, and range
from Malmsteen to Type-O-Negative to Anathema to Amorphis. Some
of the links get you to simple summaries of albums produced, but
some of the results are staggering. Mega also runs a "Band Email
Addresses" page. These pages can be accessed from:
The direct page URL of the ultimate band link list is:
The direct page URL of the band email addresses list is:
For those of you into the Metallica thing (such as me!), check
out the Metallica page. It offers links to a lot of other
Metallica pages, including the official one at Elektra records.
It needs to be said that the Net world of Metallica seems filled
with people who think saying words with "x" in them
("Metallifux") is really cool. And quite a few "fuck"s and
"fucking"s, too. The Metallica fan on the Internet seems very
much a retard in comparison with those of, for example, Dream
Theater and Rush. A bunch of poser fags, if you ask me.
Still, the page itself is interesting, and has audio clips of
the two songs Metallica played at Donington ("2x4" and "Devil's
Dance") in .AU, .RA and .WAV format.
The Yak's home page, including info on his latest game
developments and links to a variety of fluffy-related home pages
(including one for Cows, one for Sheep and one for Llamas).
Really quite nice.
If you want to know stuff about films or by people who are
involved in the filming process in whatever way, this is the site
to check out. FIlmographies for every person in the biz. Film
sinopses. You can even hunt the databases for quotes! The user
interface is beautiful and nicely graphic.
If you want to know which CDs are about to be released by a
great variety of record labels but you don't want to subscribe to
the weekly list, check one of these URLs out.
Or FTP it from one of these:
The rather infamous "Pure Bollocks" disk magazine can be found
on the Web, too. The page is not too spectacular nor too
branched-out, but you can get issues 22 and 23 (each two disks
long) there, in any case.
Queensrÿche - Screaming in Digital
Yes, the home page of Dan Birchall, the owner of the "Screaming
in Digital" mailing list. Though this page isn't too appealing
graphically, it gives access to the archives, SiD back issues and
a lot of other stuff.
A really well-designed home page, especially worth checking out
in 256 colour mode (or maybe more?). Really nice graphics,
however, mean rather long communication times (but there's a
text-only mode). You can find stuff about his bio, memorabilia,
merchandise, tour info and a discography.
If you're one of those couch potatoes that really enjoys the
wide variety of sitcoms on TV these days, this page ought to give
you some pleasure.
If you're into supermodels (getting to know something about them
as well as gaping at nice GIFs and JPEGs), you should check this
well-designed page out. They vary from Kathy Ireland and Cindy
Crawford to Christina Applegate and Mariah Carey.
An interesting other page is the Claudia Schiffer page, linked
to this one. This had almost 57,000 accesses in the two weeks
before I checked it out. Kathy Ireland, whom I'd prefer above
Claudia any day, had 'only' 50,000 accesses in three months.
Claimed to be the first Web Magazine, which might just be true.
It features video clips in .MOV format as well as interesting and
professional (if somewhat zany sometimes) articles on a variety
of subjects. Try this one out.
Yes, "Twilight World", the ST NEWS sister magazine, is also
available on the Web. At the following URL you can find various
issues, as well as those of some other popular net magazines.
I tried this page, just to try out, simply by replacing
"satriani" by "vai". And it works! A really nice page, though
also suffering from long loading times. And when you write in
(such as I did) you might get a reply back from Steve himself
(such as happened to me!).
Below you will find a list of some special Internet services
that might just make life easier or more interesting to you. I
realise the sorting method (by Internet code)is a bit cumbersome.
Just call it "sales strategy".
188.8.131.52 6969 (telnet)
This is the address to Telnet to to join the MegaDiner, where
Dave Ellefson and Dave Mustaine of Megadeth are said to roam
around regularly. Mustaine's email address, by the way, is
email@example.com. If you mail stuff for Nick, Dave Junior
or Marty Friedman, it will also arrive at the right person.
An almanac offering birthdays and events.
The email address of Def American Recordings, the record
company of, among others, Slayer. I think it's really cool
that even these companies are discovering email. There are
quite a few on the net now.
Sending a message here will get you subscribed to a more or
less monthly list of forthcoming films. Unbelievably hot info
This will get the current billboard hot 100 chart on yer
screen. Note that you have to use the "finger" command here!
A huge Webster dictionary/spelling service. Enter "HELP" (all
caps) for help. Login as "webster". It should be noted that
extensive Webster/Thesaurus services are also available
cheshire.oxy.edu 7777 (telnet)
A so-called "Zen MOO". If life on the net is too fast for you,
telnet here and find peace of mind.
dewey.lib.ncsu.edu 7777 (telnet)
This is a more full-fledged MOO, a new generation kind of
thing that might be worth checking out.
A literature database, not really complete, but contains many
technical books and non-technical stuff as well.
This is connected to a Coca Cola vending machine in the
Rochester Institute of Technology. Fingering it will cause you
to find out what's left in the machine. Not particularly
useful, but fun nonetheless. If instead you'd like to check
out a vending machine at the University of Wisconsin you can
A DruidMUCK, kind of a Multi User Dungeon. Give it a try. Just
follow the directions after logging in.
If you want to communicate with the filthiest scumdogs of the
universe - Gwar - or talk with them about their multi-media
projects then this is the address to write to. They have plans
of setting up a mailing list and stuff, so check this out if
you're not totally grossed out by these guys.
The address of the Compact Disc Connection, where info can be
found on over 60,000 CD titles. Enter "CDC" at the opening
This service offers a dictionary, Thesaurus, quotations
Access to the automated server of "Wired" magazine. It can
provide you with about everything you want from the mag. Back
issue articles, press releases, additional info about
articles, contacts with authors, subscriptions, and so on.
Simply send "help" in the body of the message for all info
lamb-da.parc.xerox.com 8888 (telnet)
This is one of the most famous MOOs.
Send a message to this address containing the following text
in the body only (!): "subscribe mini-jir your-name-here". You
will then get the Journal of Irreproducible Results, a semi-
serious scientific weird kind of publication.
Send a message to this address with "subscribe new-releases"
in the body of the message and you'll regularly get a text
file containing all forthcoming music releases.
The official Metallica fanclub (the expensive American one).
This is supposed to be a good MUD (Multi-User Dungeon). Log in
and enter your name as "guest". That should suffice.
This is the address to get a "Musical List of Lists, a massive
>100 Kb file that no music fan should be without. Your request
is processed manually, so just ask for it. The owner would
rather you try a different method, listed below:
Via the Unix finger command at firstname.lastname@example.org
Via anonymous FTP at:
Or via the WWW as plaintext at:
The email address of the official International Yngwie
Malmsteen Fan Club, the Malmsteen's Militia.
Send an EMPTY message with the SUBJECT "HELP" to this address
to find out how to get biographies of actors/actresses and
info on just about any film you'd care to know anything about.
You'll get sent a full user manual for further use. It's very
extensive and very powerful. I believe their database is
something like 80 Mb. There's nothing like it anywhere.
This will get you the latest NASA press releases, including
recent discoveries and launch schedules.
When you enter with a login of "ned" this will give you access
to a huge extragalactic stellar database.
Here you can get the Nielsen Ratings, in case you're
interested in that kind of thing.
Send a message with "help" in the body to get information on
the vast possibilities of the Pratchett Archives (including
reference files, bibligraphy, FAQ, and more). In the US, try
If you want to be among the >100,000 people per year
(subversives included) that mail to the US president, you have
to mail here. If you want to write to the vice-president, just
add "vice." (or "vice-"?) to the beginning of the addresss.
Gives you the latest earth quake information. You can also
just telnet to geophys.washington.edu and login/password as
This is an IP address solver. Internally, all addresses of
computers (such as cs.widerner.edu in this case) are numbers.
Sometimes if you enter a name the computer isn't found because
somehow the numbers can't be found. If you mail to this
address with the body of the letter containing "site" followed
by the name of the computer, it will send you back the numbers
that you can use alternatively.
The address of the Sepultura mailing list, "Infected Voice".
The subject should be "ADD ME", the body should contain your
A history database. You should login as "history". It also
offers Compuserve info if you login as "ex-ussr".
This is the address to get a subscription to the amazing
Ytsejam Dream Theater mailing list. It's the best I've found
on the Internet so far, though you do get quite a lot of
The net has a wealth of talent. Many people have set up on-line
magazines that you can subscribe to for free. Here's some of
them (the better ones, and more general-interest ones).
This does short fiction, poetry and essays, and is
Cyberspace Vanguard email@example.com
This does news & reviews pertaining to the scifi
and fantasy universe. Quite big, with hot news and
stuff about future films and books. Really good.
This does fiction only, but stories are all part
of a shared-world anthology thing that you really
have to get into to enjoy.
A fiction-only magazine. Nothing more, nothing
less. Very good.
Just like "InterText", but started a bit earlier.
Very big and very good, too.
Twilight World firstname.lastname@example.org
Just like "Quanta" and "InterText", but not as
old. Just ask to be put on the list and that's it.
For us Atari users it would certainly be worth while sending a
message to "AEO-by-EMailemail@example.com" for a
subscription to the hottest Atari computer mag, "Atari Explorer
Online". This will get you about 200-250 Kb of text every two
weeks (or a bit less often). Make sure the text "subscribe aeo-
by-email" is in the body, and that you have no subject.
Other general magazines obtainable from the net can be found in
the "Disk Magazine Roundup" published about every year in ST
For an utterly complete list of electronic magazines mail to
John Labovitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) or FTP from etext.umich.edu in
"/pub/Zines" as "e-zine-list" (ASCII text version). For an even
completer list of all mailing lists (not just electronic
magazines), mail to email@example.com and request some
INTERESTING (OR OTHERWISE WORTH WHILE) PEOPLE
Abrahamsen, Gard (Scriba) Gard.Abrahamsen@alesund.
Acher, Georg (Blow Up) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acid Maker (Polish coder) email@example.com
Apache of TNB (Redzone) firstname.lastname@example.org
Apollo of NPG spatzene@informatik.
Arndt, Ole (Chagall) email@example.com
Artzt, Bernhard (Poison!) firstname.lastname@example.org
Atari Explorer Online (editor) email@example.com
Avion, Jesus Cea (G.D.I. 'Zine) firstname.lastname@example.org
Aycock, Bill (Cal) email@example.com
Barbiero, Patti (Atari United!) firstname.lastname@example.org
Barefoot Software (SMPTE) email@example.com
Beckemeyer Development (HD Sentry) firstname.lastname@example.org
Becker, Stefan (Papillon) email@example.com
Behne, Wilfried (NVDI) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben of the Overlanders email@example.com
Berg, Klaus (Vantage of STCNX) firstname.lastname@example.org
Biederman, Ralf (Turbo Cache) email@example.com
Binner, Andreas (WinRec) andreas_binner@N.maus.de
Bock, Stefan (WatchIt) firstname.lastname@example.org
Boer, Mark van den (ex-ST NEWS) email@example.com
Bornemark, Sven (SB Musik) firstname.lastname@example.org
Bourlon, Marc (SBM) email@example.com
Boyd, Mickey (Atari Archive Boss) firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandt, Felix (Flix of DF) brandtf@informatik
Brod, Claus (Scheibenkleister) email@example.com
Brookes, Chris (Sircware VK Pro) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Bruhn, Victor (Winglord) email@example.com or
Bruinsma, Tjeerd firstname.lastname@example.org
Brumleve, D.A. (Kidprogs) email@example.com
Bubeck, Till (Chaos Inc. of DF) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burkley, Michael (Unabas.Atarioph.)email@example.com
C-Lab (Falcon Mk.II) firstname.lastname@example.org
Clarkson, Richard (ST NEWS dist.) email@example.com
Clear Thinking (EdHak) firstname.lastname@example.org
Clegg, Paul Jason (The ST Guide) email@example.com
Coates, Stuart (RDD) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Codehead (Warp 9) email@example.com
Cole, John (Lexicor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Collins, Kim (Pianistics) email@example.com
Columbus Soft (Ergo!Pro) firstname.lastname@example.org
Compo USA (That's Write) email@example.com
Connor, Joe firstname.lastname@example.org
Crouzen, Alex (TNS of QX) email@example.com
Dalichow, Christian (Everest) firstname.lastname@example.org
Davey, Richard (FOG UK) email@example.com or
Davis, Kevan (ST Beermat) firstname.lastname@example.org
Delaney, Steve (Floppyshop) email@example.com.
Denman, Stuart (Speed of Light) firstname.lastname@example.org
DMC Publishing USA (Calamus) email@example.com
Dr. Bobware firstname.lastname@example.org
Duchalski, Gregor (Flydials) email@example.com
Dupuydauby, Cyrille (Backward) firstname.lastname@example.org
Eberl, Michael (Blow Up) email@example.com
Eissing, Stefan (Gemini) firstname.lastname@example.org
Fair Dinkum Technologies email@example.com
Falkenberg, Casper (Danish STN dis)firstname.lastname@example.org
Fasoldt, Al (Secrets of...) email@example.com or
FaST Club firstname.lastname@example.org
Federle, Robert (Watchdog) email@example.com
Fiebelkorn, Dieter (GEMView) Lost email connection?
Fisher-McAllum, Colin (FFF UK) firstname.lastname@example.org
Forget, Michel (MasterBrowse) email@example.com.
Fritze, Markus (Turbo Ass) firstname.lastname@example.org
Fung, Michael (VoxMail) email@example.com or
Gadgets by Small Inc. (Spectre) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gal, Ofir (GEM Bench) email@example.com
Gaubatz, Gunnar (Big Alec of DF) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gehnen, Gerrit (3D button CPX) email@example.com
Gerle, Stephan (FSearch) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gibson, Gordon (Sinister Developm.)email@example.com
Goldleaf Publishing (Wordflair II) firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham, Phil (Grazey of PHF) email@example.com
Gribnif Software (NeoDesk/Geneva) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Griffiths, Martin (ProTracker) email@example.com
Grimes, Nial (Freelance ST Review) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gruenenberg, Christian (LZH) email@example.com
GT Software (Cardfile) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gutschke, Markus (Shanghai) markus.gutschke@uni-muenster
Hagedorn, Dirk (Don't Worry B.H.) email@example.com
Hagg, Daniel (New Core) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hammer, Fabian (Oxygene/DF, ex-TLB)email@example.com
Hansen, Heino (Arabesque) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hartmann, Heiko (Falcon compat.lst)email@example.com-
Hatlemark, Ronny (ex-ST NEWS dist.)firstname.lastname@example.org
Heessels, Robert (STRIKE-a-LIGHT) email@example.com
Henniker, David (Kozmik) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hill, Johannes email@example.com
Hill, Stephen D. (Digital Disk) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hisoft email@example.com or
Hoekstra, Randy (Grocery Lister) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hofmeester, Eerk (STRIKE-a-LIGHT) email@example.com
Holland, Chris (CIH of Maggie) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hollis, Dan (US ST NEWS distrib.) email@example.com-
Holst, Kai (Antidote, Scriba mag) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoogenboom, Diederik (CIA of G6) email@example.com
Hughes, Jeremy (Imagecopy) firstname.lastname@example.org
ICD Inc. email@example.com
Independent Assoc.of Atari Devel. firstname.lastname@example.org
Independent Assoc.of Jaguar Devel. email@example.com
Jankowski, Hans-Dieter (ProfiBuch) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jensen, Quin (ASM56) email@example.com
Jerchel, Patrick (OverScan) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Johnson, Charles F. (Codehead) email@example.com
Jones, Damien M. (View II) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jung, Robert K. (ARJ) email@example.com
Karsmakers, Richard (ST NEWS/UVK) firstname.lastname@example.org
Katzschke, Dirk (KAOS) email@example.com
Kesseler, Georges (Gunstick/ULM) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Kimmlingen, Stephan (Tyrem / TRB) Stefan_Kimmlingen@un.maus.ruhr
Knokke, Gert van de (DBA Magazine) No Internet access anymore
Koischwitz, Kolja (Freedom) email@example.com
Koveos, Dimitri (ST Program packer)firstname.lastname@example.org
Kowaczewski, Risto (TFTE) email@example.com
Kromke, Andres (Mag!X, KAOS) firstname.lastname@example.org
Krüger, Christian (Freedom) email@example.com
Lang, Philipp (MSA II) firstname.lastname@example.org-
Larsson, Reine (Longshot) email@example.com
Lemmen, Frank (ex-ST NEWS co-consp)firstname.lastname@example.org
Lemoine, Raphael (BrainStorm) email@example.com
Lexicor Software firstname.lastname@example.org or
Lord, Keith (DSP) email@example.com
Malmqvist, Niclas (Tanis of TCB) firstname.lastname@example.org
Martins, Filipe (Crayon DTP) email@example.com
McAllister, Mike (Cal of PHF) firstname.lastname@example.org
Meisek, Olaf (Interface) email@example.com
Miller, Steve (Atari) firstname.lastname@example.org
Minter, Jeff (Llamasoft) email@example.com
Missionware (Flash II) firstname.lastname@example.org
Moss, Dave (Spaz of TLB) email@example.com
Moss, Tim (Manikin of TLB) firstname.lastname@example.org
Munro, Barry S. (GfA Shell) email@example.com
Neukirchen, Helmut (MultiDialog) firstname.lastname@example.org-
Nitz, Tassilo (XBoot) email@example.com
Noyce, Michael firstname.lastname@example.org
Oakley, David (Astrasoft) email@example.com
Odero, Fabrice (Fury of Legacy) firstname.lastname@example.org
(DTX of Legacy can be reached there too)
Øygard, Karl-Anders (Wizzcat/DF) email@example.com
Oregon Research (Diamond series) firstname.lastname@example.org or
O'Reilly, Leon (Mr. Pink of RG) email@example.com
Ose, Torbjørn (Lord HackBear of DF)firstname.lastname@example.org or
Osterud, Lars-Erik email@example.com
Palmer, Marc (Sprog of TLB) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Panke, Dan (Integrity/Grammarian) email@example.com or
Pomey, Vincent (ST Zip) firstname.lastname@example.org
Pope, George (Artific.Weirdness) email@example.com
Posthuma, Stefan (ex-ST NEWS) firstname.lastname@example.org
Postma, Sietse (Slimer of DBA Mag) email@example.com
Povey, Rob (Quartet) firstname.lastname@example.org
Quester, Thomas (LZH, PFX Pak) email@example.com
Raasch, Michael (Daryl of TEX) firstname.lastname@example.org
Radermacher, Stefan (Selectric) email@example.com
Ray of Delta Force froemmin@informatik.
Rehbock, Bill (Atari Corp) firstname.lastname@example.org
Reschke, Julian email@example.com or
Richstein, Hansi (Kobold) firstname.lastname@example.org
Riegler, Harald (Energizer/Lazer) email email@example.com.
Rinke, Stefan (Omikron Basic) firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosomak (Polish coder of TFTE) email@example.com
Rudolph, Arne (Before Dawn) firstname.lastname@example.org
San, Jez (Argonaut Software) email@example.com
Schardt, Christof (ERGO!pro) firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheel, Oliver (Let'Em Fly) email@example.com
Scheutzow, Harun (XControm) firstname.lastname@example.org
Schilders, Jos (ex-ST NEWS) email@example.com
Schmitt, Klaus (Duke of Respectab.)firstname.lastname@example.org
Schoenfeld, Harald (WinRec, 525) email@example.com-
Schorr, Roland (MTOS Desk Copy) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Seibert, Ewald (Blow Up) email@example.com
Seiler, Lee (Lexicor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Seimet, Uwe email@example.com
Sherdley-Davies, Mark (MSD of POV) firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon, Erik (Blue Byte / TEX) email@example.com
SKWare One (Seurat) firstname.lastname@example.org
Smith, Eric (MiNT) email@example.com
Smith, Mark S. (Atari Web Pages) firstname.lastname@example.org
Soehnitz, Volker (Viredetektor) email@example.com or
Soft-Logik (Pagestream) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Sparehead 3 email@example.com
Spowart, Richard (Felice of Maggie)firstname.lastname@example.org
Squire, L. (Glankonian Software) email@example.com
Stables, D.W (Del of Maggie) firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanford, John (Lexicor - Spectrum)email@example.com
Stanley, John L. (STarSaver) firstname.lastname@example.org
ST Club See FaST Club
Steffens, Gereon (ZOO) email@example.com
Stein, Jan Mathias (JMS of Anim.M.)firstname.lastname@example.org
Stepper, Anton (Scheibenkleister) email@example.com
ST Format firstname.lastname@example.org
Still, Darryll (Atari UK) email@example.com
Strata Software (STalker/STeno) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sudman, Lars-Thorsten (Richter) lars-thorsten_sudmann@RS.maus
Sundström, Lasse (ST-klubi ry) email@example.com
Tamminen, Eero (Clac calculator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Topping, Paul (Rebellion) email@example.com
Torvalds, Linus (Linux) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tramiel, Sam (Atari Corporation) email@example.com
Watson, Mike (Sinister Developmnt) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Welzel, Arno (Thing Desktop) email@example.com
Wessels, Hans (ARJ/UNARJ) firstname.lastname@example.org
Wiedijk, Martijn (Lucifer Eksod) email@example.com
Wilga, Dan (Gribnif NeoD/Geneva) firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilhelm, Achim (Email address list)email@example.com
Wills, Ciaran (HCC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodside, George (VKill) email@example.com
Wouters, Eloy (Apache of QX) firstname.lastname@example.org or
Wroblewski, Krysztof (ST NEWS dist)email@example.com
Yannikos, Marinos (Zork of SOTE) firstname.lastname@example.org
Zwerschke, Christoph (LED Panel) email@example.com
The above addresses are believed to be correct, most certainly
at the time of publication, but of course I can't be held
responsible for them. If you know of any additions or changes,
please tell me about them. The Internet is a very dynamic place
and addresses become non-valid or alter within the blink of an
Most individual entrants have either given permission to be
included or have been taken from other similar lists where I
assume permission was given already. If you want your address to
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