Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al
8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)
|Looking for CoCo help? If you are trying to do something with your old Color Computer, read this quick reference. Want to contribute to this wiki? Be sure to read this first. This CoCo wiki project was started on October 29, 2004. --OS-9 Al|
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Home - CoCo Links
CoCo is the nickname given to the Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer.
External CoCo Related Links
- TRS-80 Color Computer Wikipedia Page - A rather well done information page on just what a CoCo is.
- The TRS-80.Tandy Color Computer Supersite - Lots information and new products for the CoCo.
- CoCo Coding - Massive Color Computer programming and documentation repository.
- The Cloud-9 Page - State of the art hardware and software upgrades for the CoCo.
- The Glenside Color Computer Club Page - More information on the CoCo.
- TRS-80 Color Computer Archives - A wealth of Coco software in organized directories.
- CoCo News, Reviews & Updates - CoCo commentary with news and hardware and software reviews.
- The Color Computer Forums CoCo Enthusiast Forum pages.
- JAVA based DriveWire 4 by Aaron Wolfe - Opens the CoCo to new features and worlds.
- Sock Master's CoCo Page - Home of CoCo's Donkey Kong Emulator, Twilight Term, mind-blowing CoCo demos and much more.
- CoCo Quest - Home of Mike Snyder's CoCo games.
- Da Barn Studios - Music from the Tandy/Radio Shack Color Computer 2 & 3.
- LWTools- is a set of cross-development tools for the Motorola 6809 and Hitachi 6309 microprocessors.
- NitrOS-9 on SourceForge - The open source operating system for all CoCo's and Dragons. Great documentation in the wiki.
- RTSI OS9 Archive - The largest exclusive archive of OS9 software and tools.
- RTSI RSDOS Archive - The archive of RSDOS software and tools.
- The Toolshed - Great set of tools including a 6809 assembler, utilities for managing disk images, and much more.
- Coco Chat - You can chat with folks interested in CoCo programming.
- NitrOS9.LCURTISBOYLE.COM - A set of Coco 1/2/3 web pages by L. Curtis Boyle.
- Al's Place - The Home and history of Sub-Etha Software. A lot of info on Coco and OS-9.
- Yet Another Coco & MC-10 Site - Dedicated to the Tandy/Radio Shack MC-10 Micro Color Computer and the Color Computers 1, 2 & 3.
- Color Computer Stuff - SO, WHY ARE RADIO SHACK COLOR COMPUTERS SUDDENLY COOL?
- Coco Friends Disk Magazine - A web version of back issues of "Coco Friends Disk Magazine"
- Jeff Vavasour's TRS-80 EMULATION Page - The first Color Computer Emulator. Jeff's TRS-80 emulation is good stuff.
- The Dragon Archive - This page contains links to various resources related to the Dragon 32 and Dragon 64 microcomputers.
- Virtual Color Computer (Vcc) - the VCC Color Computer 3 Emulator for Windows download page.
- Nickolas Marentes' Project Archive - Nick's page includes information on all his CoCo projects and programs, interviews, software downloads and interesting information about the CoCo 3's (still) elusive 256 color mode.
- Coco Man's Webpage - This Page Deticated to the Tandy/ Radio Shack Color Computer "COCO".
- Techno's CoCo Page - Lots of interesting information about the various models of the CoCo, including pictures.
- The Dungeons of Daggorath Video Game - A page devoted to the classic CoCo game, considered by many to be one of the best games of all time!
- Ira Goldklang's TRS-80 Revived Site - Ira's TRS-80 site with pages devoted to the Orchestra 80/85/90.
- Life and Times of the Color Computer - Steve Bjork's homepage. I wish Steve would get back to work on the Coco 4 project.