The next TPUG meeting will be on Thursday June 16th, 2016 at 7:30 PM. This is our annual Repair Night and last meeting before the summer. Bring your tools, alignment disks, and any hardware in need of fixing!
Here is the link to May’s meeting summary.
The next TPUG meeting will be on Thursday May 19th, 2016 at 7:30 PM. This month we’ll be checking out various other home computers from the 1980s, other than Commodore! Feel free to bring your own for demos and show and tell.
Saturday December 3 – Sunday December 4, 2016
Vendor setup @ 8:00am
Doors open @ 10:00am
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I’m happy to announce the formal launch of World of Commodore 2016 and all of the associated web pages. I have changed things around a little this year to hopefully make the info a little easier to access. You will notice the World of Commodore ’16 item in the menu at the top of the TPUG website. You will also notice a WoC 2016 menu in the right side panel.
Take particular note of the “Discuss” link which takes you to the WoC sub forum in the TPUG forums. It would be fantastic to get some buzz happening over there.
If you would like to volunteer to do a demo, run the raffle, or anything else you would like to help out with, please let us know. My contact info can be found on the Presentations page.
Here is the link to April’s meeting summary.
I’m a little late in getting this linked on the front page, but better late than never I suppose. You’ll find Steve’s summary of the March meeting right here.
The next TPUG meeting will be on Thursday March 21st, 2016 at 7:30 PM. This month we’ll be having a video party!
The next TPUG meeting will be on Thursday March 17th, 2016 at 7:30 PM.
Thanks to one of our directors – Steve Gray – we’ll now have some nice summaries of each meeting posted online! You can find the notes to February’s meeting over in the forums.
The next TPUG meeting will be on Thursday February 18th, 2016 at 7:00 PM. This month is our Annual General Meeting! Please come and have your say. After the AGM we’ll be checking out modern remakes of C64 classic games like M.U.L.E. and Archon.