ANTIC Interview 370 - Roy Goldman, Daisy Dot

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Roy Goldman, Daisy-Dot Roy Goldman was the creator of Daisy-Dot, a typesetting program for the Atari 8-bit computers which he published from about 1987-1990. There were three versions of Daisy-Dot, the original plus Daisy-Dot II and Daisy-Dot III. The earliest version was freeware, and later versions asked for payment for access to special features. This interview took place on May 11, 2019. After we talked, Roy sent me scans of memorabilia from that time, see the links below for those. Roy's Daisy-Dot Memorabilia scans Roy's Software on AtariMania Compactor Detector Roy's (old) site describing Daisy-Dot Inverse ATASCII podcast review and screenshots Daisy-Dot II review in Antic magazine Daisy-Dot III review in Antic magazine Programming with Daisy-Dot fonts in Atari Classics magazine

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