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T U G

Post by coolman66 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:06 pm

Has anyone on here heard of a group in the early days of computors called "Tangerine User Group " I'm sure amongst my Oric tapes is little tape from this group , known TUG ?

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Post by Symoon » Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:18 pm

Sure, check this excellent website about pre-Oric-1 history ;)
http://www.microtan.ukpc.net/

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Post by coco.oric » Mon Nov 11, 2019 6:38 am

On the website, check mags.
It's a fantastic archive about pre-oric history
coco.oric as DidierV, CEO Member
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Re: T U G

Post by Steve M » Wed Nov 13, 2019 3:35 pm

TUG changed to Oric Owner's User Group - O.O.U.G or OUG, when the Oric-1 came out and the focus moved from the Microtan to the Oric.

Bob Green seemed to be the main man behind OUG. Instead of the Tansoft Gazette or TUG magazine they came out with Oric Computing.

OUG seem to have some conection with Kenema Associates who produced Hell's Temple, which might explain how they got the Hell's Temple artwork on the front cover of Oric Computing.

Kenema never seem to list the author's name on its software, which is a shame.

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