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Founded in 2003, Armchair Arcade is the award-winning Website of author Bill Loguidice and a team of leading authorities on videogame, computer, and technology history and lifestyle. Their ongoing mission is to explore the complete history of videogames, computers, and technology in an intelligent, thought-provoking manner.

Note that this version of the site is no longer active and is only here for historical reference. To visit the new version of the site, go to http://www.armchairarcade.com. See you there!

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AA Chair and joystick

AA Chair and joystick

AA Chair and joystick logo 32x32 pixels

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The FAQ has been created. I also added two new content items.

I created the starter FAQ text. Modify/add/delete away!

I also added a "Links" page and a "Merchandise and Special Offers" page. I'll try to get working on them soon.

I also added some "forum rules" in the discussion forums. Again, just to get something decent in there to start us out.

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Testing and Site Work

I noticed that there has been a user created for testing that does not have admin rights. Could whoever created this account please share the password. That way we can look over the access control issues with a user level account with out having to create one for each of us.

Thanks
-Cecil

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General Comments - ALL Please Read and Comment on Each of the 11 Points as Applicable

Please, let's all discuss these and act on them where appropriate, or disagree or offer a different suggestion, as appropriate.

1 - I like "The Gurus of Gaming" that shows up after Armchair Arcade on top of browser windows. Good job thinking of that. The only criticism I can possibly make against the top logo banner as it is now with the logo and the arcade controls image is that it's perhaps a bit too long from top to bottom, but I'm not sure if that's adjustable. I'd like to see it about 15% shorter top-down, as right now it takes up a bit too much real estate for optimal reading purposes in my opinion.

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C64

C64

C64 32x32 pixels

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Odyssey2

Odyssey2

Videopac / Odyssey 2 32x32 pixels

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Sinclair 81 / Timex1000

Sinclair 81 / Timex1000

Sinclair ZX80/81/Timex 1000 32x32 pixels

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Tandy coco2

Tandy coco2

Tandy coco 32x32 pixels

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TandyModel3

TandyModel3

TandyModel3 32x32 pixels

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Virtual Boy

Virtual Boy

Virtual Boy 32x32 pixels

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