Curt Vendell RIP

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Curt Vendell RIP

Postby pacman000 » August 31st, 2020, 6:49 pm

His Atari History Museum was the first website I spent any amount of time on, it was beautiful, & easy to navigate, like a kiosk in a museum.

This shocks me; it really does. Wasn’t he still working on some projects? Business is War?

Goodbye Curt. I never met you; we never even talked, but you touched my life.

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Re: Curt Vendell RIP

Postby mbd36 » August 31st, 2020, 6:54 pm

Oh no. I remember him from Atari Age. This is a shocker. RIP.

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Re: Curt Vendell RIP

Postby BlasteroidAli » September 9th, 2020, 7:06 pm

Him and Marty have a facebook page Atari Museum, I chatted to him a couple of times and he seemed a nice person. Totally in love with Atari.. the old school one. He worked on various atari based projects. Business is fun was one of his books and he was working on another one.
He was 53 which is a really young age to die. A sad loss when one of us video game collectors dies. We share that common joy of old school video games and just love of a more innocent time.
RIP Curt.

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