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ADAMCON 30 is scheduled for July 19-22 in St Ignace on the lower tip of Michigan's upper peninsula, within view of the Mackinaw Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere. The best way to look at the bridge is while munching on the fabulous fudge known as Mackinaw Island fudge in various flavors and sizes. Michigan lore holds that fudge was first produced on Mackinaw Island, home of the Grand Hotel and Murdick's Fudge. Click on the AC30 registration tab below for details.

From MICROFOX TECHNOLOGIES - a NEW!! Virtual ADAM Disk Drive using ADAMnet protocal - directly plugs into cpu, same as a disk drive. Also available is an IDE "HARD DRIVE" media to install INSIDE your ADAM w/ 100mb of space - 40 EOS partitions of 2 & 3mb each and 4 TDOS partitions equaling 30mb; also still available is the original 60mb version w/ 60mb of space - 10 EOS and 4 TDOS partitions. A parallel printer card with ONBOARD EPROM to boot into the IDE media, as well as act as an addressor for the 256k memory card. Also NEW; a 256k memory expander AND an IDE boot cartridge! Follow the link below for the "A.N.N. Catalog". Another GREAT resource received from a longtime ADAMite - an original set of Coleco Technical Manual, Programmer's Manual, ColecoVision Manual, and ADAM schematics - now available for downloading, follow the "ColecoVision Programming" link below. They ARE compressed w/ 7zip and are quite large, it will take several minutes to download each file.

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