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New Zizzle Atari Home Pinball Machine

The Pinball Blog has a short write-up on an apparently new home pinball machine from Zizzle, this time with a classic Atari theme. It looks great, and by my calculations, will be their third generation product. If you remember, I have the first generation model, shown in the photo at the bottom of this blog post. The second generation added a few minor improvements, including more environmental lighting. Both models sold for between $100 - $500 depending upon when and where you were able to score one.

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Reading Comics on Your Computer?

Did you know that you can easily download and view comic books and graphic novels on your computer? In this piece, I want to explore the "underground" that has formed around reading comics on your PC, and discuss some of the new software that's making this much easier than before. While there will never be a substitute for collecting and reading printed comic books, the digitized equivalent has gotten much better. If you've ever dreamed of being able to read ALL the comics in the Amazing Spiderman series, for instance, now you can--and without spending tens of thousands of dollars to do it! But just how fun is to read a comic on your computer? And what about those pesky copyright issues?

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