for visiting Atari Explorer. A lot of work has
gone into this project so far, and a lot more is planned
for the future. I hope you enjoy every part of the
launched the Atari Time Machine just before the end of
1997, I had always envisaged a website that incorporated
all the most important Atari history and information.
Little did I realise how big such a project would be to
accomplish. After a few years updating and
revising ATM, I decided to finally register a domain and
develop a more exciting Atari website, where you could
find out anything you wanted to about Atari.
Again, another great idea in theory, but executing such
a project on your own is no simple task.
Ultimately, it is preserving the history of Atari that
this site is dedicated.
realise that this project has taken longer than expected,
but I've had a tough year (who hasn't!). There are
still some sections offline, but they will be completed
Enjoy AEX, and help out if you can, there is a lot
more to come...
5th 2003 - AEX (1st Edition) is finally launched ;-)
Can you help
help is always welcome. Whatever you think might
help, please get in touch. We welcome all
information, from the correction of a spelling mistake
to a full-page scan, so don't hesitate to get involved.
:: Can we
help you? ::
don't admit to being experts, but if we can help you we
will. If you have a query, try the AHS forums
first. If you can't get an answer there, we will
always try and reply to your e-mails - but we do get a
lot of them, so please be patient for a direct response.
Please note, we will not reply to ROM requests.
are looking for research information, or
content/collateral for a media project, please get in
touch. There is a nominal fee for hardware loans
and research, which is used to support the AHS museum.
The Atari Historical Society does have a media policy
which is available on request. The AHS has
provided media support for a number of projects,
including organisations such as HBO, BBC, Le Monde, and
could be a long list! AHS is always looking to get
in contact with former Atari employees, or those who had
an indirect relationship with the company. So far,
over 70 ex-employees have helped with donations and
research. in addition, we have had Atari owners
from the four corners of the globe who have been
extremely helpful to our project.
always on the look out for internal paperwork,
schematics, photos, prototype information - in fact
anything you think you can contribute to the project as
a whole is very welcome. We will always help out
with postage costs if required, and return items that
cannot be donated.
Submissions and donations ::
welcome submissions which are in keeping with the topics
covered throughout our websites. Hardware,
software, magazines etc are always welcome. Please
get in touch and let us know if there is anything you
would like to share with the museum or the websites, and
we'll have a chat first.
has been so many people who have helped me over the
years, especially when I asked for help out of the blue!
There are some very kind people in the Atari community,
and I would like to thank everyone who has helped,
especially those of you who I have lost contact with.