• Goog Blog

  • by Goog

Hi, I'm Goog. Creator and founder of CommodoreServer.com, the Comet64 Internet Modem and the Portland Commodore Users Group in Portland, Oregon USA (PDXCUG.org). I am excited about all things Commodore, but my passion lies with the Commodore 64.

Feb
29

ChatteRR-Box 2.0 Released

Have a 64NIC+ or RR-Net device? A new version of ChatteRR-Box is now available with a few new features, bug fixes and enhancements! Read more...

Feb
29

CometChat 1.6 Released

Another iteration of CometChat adds a few new features and enhancements. Read more...

May
6

Screencasts with a Real Commodore 64

The future is here - screencasting from a real Commodore 64 to multiple viewers, in real time. I'll show you a few ideas for using the new screencast feature of CommodoreServer. Read more...

Apr
28

Convert Screen Codes to PETSCII

Here is a little BASIC routine to convert screen code data to printable PETSCII. Read more...

Dec
9

Comet Chat 1.5

This release is mostly about new fonts and game launching. Read more...

Dec
2

Head On Game

I made this BASIC game to submit to Compute!'s Gazette in 1984. Sadly, I never sent it in. But now, ~30 years later, you can play this 2-player action game against an online opponent on CommodoreServer. Read more...

Aug
29

How To Build a Chat Program for CommodoreServer Using V-1541 and CSIP

The best way to show how to use the client SDK and some of the CSIP commands is by doing a project. This tutorial will show you how to make a very simple chat program. Read more...

Sep
14

Comet Chat 1.4

Another release of Comet Chat has been released. Here are the new enhancements. Read more...

May
9

Comet Chat 1.3

A new version of Comet Chat is out with several new enhancements to improve usability and functionality. Read more...

Oct
13

Halloween Games for Your Commodore 64

Check out this list of cool games for October - the Portland Commodore Users Group has a list of the greatest Halloween games to try out to get you into the mood. Read more...