On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 3:55 PM, Michael B. Brutman <mbbrut...@brutman.com>

> A little more notoriety ...
> http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/07/dos-boot-ars-spends-a-day-working-in-freedos/
> I don't regularly check Ars Technica.  I was alerted by the sound of my
> PCjr happily beeping away at an increased rate; the PCjr is running the
> mTCP web server as an experiment, and some of the people reading the
> FreeDOS article are digging deeper and checking out mTCP too.
Very awesome! I read this article earlier today. I loved the screenshots,
but I kind of missed AsEasyAs (which I used instead of Lotus 1-2-3). It was
great seeing a bunch of DOS applications that I used during university.

There is other coverage linked here: http://www.freedos.org/technotes/
(If you know of other articles about FreeDOS, please email me.)

Actually, I had a phone interview with Sean earlier today. He's writing
another article about the history of FreeDOS, so we might see this soon on
their website.
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