Published on January 3, 2008
Slide1: An independent computer user group St. Paul ATARI® Computer Enthusiasts http://space.atari.org/ Established April 1982 To learn how SPACE began, see the article "Origins" by SPACE club member Tony Walsh, SPACE Newsletter, July 1996. About SPACE: About SPACE Saint Paul ATARI® Computer Enthusiasts (SPACE) is an independent user group of owners of Atari Home Computers. It has been organized by local owners of Atari computers for the purpose of mutual self assistance and sharing of information. It is open to all interested computer enthusiasts. Benefits of memberships in the group include a monthly newsletter mailed to your home, BBS access, software demonstrations, group purchases, public domain disk(s) of the month software at low prices, personal contacts/learning, greater information and awareness on the world of Atari, software at discounted prices from dealers, question and answer session, etc. Come to a meeting to find out more. The meetings are devoted primarily to the 8-bit Atari computers such as the 400, 800, 600XL, 800XL, 65XE and 130XE. Users of the ST/TT/Falcon range of Atari computers are more than welcome as well. The SPACE group meets on the second Friday of each month at the Falcon Heights Community Center, 2077 West Larpenteur Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at about 7:00 p.m. Slide3: Falcon Heights Community Center (City Hall) 2077 West Larpenteur Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota Doors open at around 7:00 PM. SPACE CD-ROM Collections: SPACE CD-ROM Collections Atari ST/TT/Falcon Software CD-ROM Collections from SPACE CD-ROMs #1 and #2 are available now Both CD-ROMs are available for purchase through our local Atari dealer: Video 61 & Atari Sales Proceeds help to support SPACE. SPACE BBS: SPACE BBS Nolan's Nest & SPACE BBS telnet://spacebbs.no-ip.com/ Open 24 hours - ATASCII / ASCII / ANSI BBS Express Professional! 5.0b Atari 130XE - 320K RAM, UltraSpeed OS+ Amdek Color-I Plus Monitor Two Atari XF551 5.25" Disk Drives CSS BlackBox Maxtor 200MB Hard Drive US Robotics Sportster 14.4Kbps Modem Big Blue thermal printer More BBS Info at http://spacebbs.atari.org/ Club Officials & Volunteers: Club Officials & Volunteers Elected Positions President: Michael Current (608) 787-8548 Vice-President: Greg Leitner (651) 455-6550 Secretary: Nolan Friedland (763) 689-3711 Treasurer: Greg Leitner (651) 455-6550 Volunteer Positions Membership Chairman: Glen Kirschenmann (763) 786-4790 Newsletter Editor: Michael Schmidt (612) 757-4192 DOM Librarian: Glen Kirschenmann (763) 786-4790 BBS Operator: Nolan Friedland (763) 689-3711 Webmaster: Michael Current (608) 787-8548 Write to SPACE!: Write to SPACE! S.P.A.C.E. c/o Gregory Leitner 3407 78TH ST E INVER GROVE HEIGHTS MN 55076-3037 USA Other Atari Computer User Groups: Other Atari Computer User Groups Active Atari computer user groups with which SPACE exchanges newsletters: Indiana-Michigan Atari Group Exchange (IMAGE) (South Bend, IN) Suburban Chicago ATarians (SCAT) (Chicago, IL) Does your Atari computer user group publish a newsletter? Contact us to start up a newsletter exchange! Stay in touch! More active North American Atari computer user groups: Atari Bay Area Computer User Society (ABACUS) (San Francisco, CA) Atari Computer Enthusiasts of Columbus (ACEC) (Columbus, OH) Garden City Atari Computer Enthusiasts (GCACE) (Victoria, BC) Houston Atari Computer Enthusiasts (HACE) (Houston, TX) Miami International Atari Users Group (MIAUG) (Miami, FL) Nova Scotia All Computer User Group (NSACUG) (Halifax, NS) San Leandro Computer Club (SLCC) (near Oakland, CA) Should your Atari computer user group be listed here? Contact us to be added! Stay in touch! Slide9: Last updated: June 3, 2005 http://space.atari.org/ ATARI and the Atari logo are registered trademarks of Atari, Inc., with which SPACE has no affiliation.