warp12 wrote:Is Bradley the 32 year Atari super tech? Because, if so, he should get the "Deadpool" 4th wall award....
calimero wrote:Mindthreat wrote:At one point, I almost offered to head out there to go through his stuff for him to kind of do inventory with the flipside being that I could gain access to go through all his hard drives and other misc. stuff to make backups and pull data in hopes to find some cool unreleased goodies for the Jaguar. Not that he would even agree to that or possibly even need it, I just can't imagine him having or even taking the time to go through everything as thoroughly as I try to. The discs for some of the things he released has so much stuff on it, most people didn't even realize it contained several betas of Jaguar games if you didn't know what you were looking at or for - just tons of hidden goodies nested away in a dozen sub directories.
With that said, just the few things Curt and B&C have released for the Jag, I've spent far more hours pouring over that stuff than I should probably admit. Still a lot that you can't do much without having access to a development system even.
So Curt and B&C are friends? Since B&C allow Curt access to his warehouse...?
btw does anyone know what is with Curt Vendel? I read that he has some issues with health. I can only say that he lost quite weight on some newer videos on youtube...
it is not mine to give advice but far easiest way would be to dump TTs SCSI harddrives byte by byte (DD) to modern computer before he sell it to someone.
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