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ColecoVision @ Retrobase - April 02,2001 by JoseQ
Cool man Frogacuda found me in the EV Chat and notified me about the newest addition at Retrobase; a section devoted to Colecovision. In the Retrobase tradition, when a system is 'covered' it means that you can find tons and tons of information about it. In this case, you can find a listing of 156 Colecovision games along with screenshots and information about each of the games! If you are/were a ColecoVision fan, this will sure bring a lot of memories. Be sure to check out the site. On a related note, Frogacuda also informs me that the site is looking to add some more staff, so if you want to be part of an emulation related staff, be sure to contact the guys at Retrobase!

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Name: Anonymous Posted: Monday, April 2, 2001 - (20:38)
Subject: JavaScript
From: 38.216.214.34
Is it just me, or is the web site in question far too demanding? I cannot browse past the intro page and the 'you are not running javascript, so you suck' page. This is even after I enable javascript!
BTW, MyComputer.com is providing the ads, and their javascript collects information about the plugins you have installed, screen sizes, security policy, and channels installed. No telling what information is being collected by the actual javascript from the ad server.

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Name: Frogacuda Posted: Monday, April 2, 2001 - (21:19)
Subject: Re: JavaScript
From: 165.230.43.89
The site is heavily PHP3/MySql based. Doing a site of that scale is simply too much work to do with manual html editing for each entry.

As for the ads (which are all less than a month old), they are a bit much at the moment, but that is because we host ourselves and our sponsors tend to stiff us. Once we've had them for long enough to find what ones will actually pay us we will get rid of what we don't need to cover costs. I'm sorry for the inconvenience in the meantime.

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