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Capt Kirk  

Function :
Fullscreen Graphician

Handlestory :
CompunetID: LA1 (Captain Kirk)

Trivia :
As far as I can make out I started on CNET sometime in 1985-1986 judging by my saved MBXs. By the time I left CNET in the late '80s, it was in a poor state having included Amiga and Atari owners, by that time most of the 'old guard' had left and it just didn't seem as much fun.

What He Did :

Graphics. Mostly in the form of static pictures, usually movie related. Had pics published in 'Your Computer', 'C&VG' and ZZap!64 Who, as with SIR gave me a back-handed compliment by recommending my site then taking the rise, but that was Zzap for you, (bless 'em.)

Claim to COMPUNET Fame :

Well, I got myself noticed by leaving text frames on other user's sites giving mini reviews of their demos and encouraging people to d/load them. Was a regular on the infamous P-Line and set up my own site with pics that I'd done on my trusty Koala Pad. A good CNET mate, Andrew Merrill (AM12) wrote a scroller routine for me which I bolted onto the pics, calling them 'Demoettes.' The site became quite popular and I was getting oodles of votes until the day Jane sent me an MBX offering to move my site to a smaller 'GOTO' number, I accepted on the promise that I wouldn't lose my accumulated votes, Jane promised. I Logged on to the new location and yes true to her word I'd lost all my votes. Jane was brilliant about it though never once replying to any of my MBXs. There was also a bit of a campaign by other users to have my site put in the graphics Hall Of Fame, this of course fell on deaf ears but I was never given an explanation why. 'Log on to the ignorant one,' as I said at the time.

Country :
United Kingdom

Releases released :
DownloadNightmare ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadRed Alert ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadEnterprise Picture ... 1987 Graphics
DownloadProf Duck  ... 1987 Graphics
DownloadScanners ... 1986 One-File Demo
DownloadFighting Machine ... 1986 One-File Demo
DownloadInterupt Demo 1 ... 1986 Misc.
DownloadInterupt Demo 2 ... 1986 Misc.
DownloadKirk's Effort ... 1986 Graphics
DownloadLegend ... 1986 Graphics
DownloadGizmo Picture ... ???? Graphics
DownloadRubber Nipple ... ???? Graphics
DownloadYoda ... ???? Graphics

Credits :
DownloadNightmare by Capt Kirk ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)
DownloadRed Alert by Capt Kirk ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)
DownloadStar Trek 1 by Andy ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Graphics)
DownloadEnterprise Picture by Capt Kirk ...  1987 Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadProf Duck by Capt Kirk ...  1987 Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadThe Explorers ...  1986 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)
DownloadScanners by Capt Kirk ...  1986 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)
DownloadInterupt Demo 1 by Capt Kirk ...  1986 Misc.  (Code)
DownloadInterupt Demo 2 by Capt Kirk ...  1986 Misc.  (Code)
DownloadFighting Machine by Capt Kirk ...  1986 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)
DownloadKirk's Effort by Capt Kirk ...  1986 Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadLegend by Capt Kirk ...  1986 Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadGizmo Picture by Capt Kirk ...  ???? Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadRubber Nipple by Capt Kirk ...  ???? Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadYoda by Capt Kirk ...  ???? Graphics  (Graphics)
DownloadContact Demo by Great Software Pirates ...  ???? One-File Demo  (Graphics)

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