1001001, Inc, Peterborough NH 1978; issues #13 through #24 January through December, inclusive; each issue 146 pages, photographs and diagrams, advertisements, articles, etc.
Condition: Very Good overall, 12 individual issues, some scuffing and most covers show rubbed areas, some light cover edgewear, small corner creases etc, old smudges and slight wrinkling, some chipping to spine ends, light pen or pencil marks on some cover table of contents. The bindings are all secure and tight, pages are clean and unmarked.
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Biography and Company Histories, Computer Graphics, Computer Music, Computer Graphics, Computer Science, Computers and Society, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, General microcomputer and Misc. manufacturers, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Ephemera, Odd Stuff and Miscellaneous, General Histories and References, Hardware, Home Computers, Personal Computers, Human-Computer Interaction, Magazines, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, BASIC, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous, Word Processing, Data Processing
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Item DescriptionIncludes articles such as,
Build the Simple Computer, a home-brew 8080 (Dan Whipple); Super Terminal -- interfacing the Burroughs 9350-2 (R R Derynck); In Search of Memory -- Vandenberg's Data Products 16K board reviewed (Heniz Gf Matuschka); Star Wars -- an exciting Apple II graphics game (Robert J Bishop); How Much Memory for a KIM -- is 28K enough (RW Burhans);
The TRS-80 -- how does it stack up (Ed Juge); A Tale of Four BASICS -- which one for your 6800 (Rich Didday); TVT Hardware Design -- low cost graphics (Don Lancaster); Your Imsai and You, four steps to a happier relationship (J Ward SPaniol); Rocket Pilot, an interactive game for the Apple II (Robert Bishop); Micro Maestro, a musical review of Motorola's MEK6800D2 (Terry Perdue); Software Keyboard Interface with a pittance of hardwware (Hal Chamberlin);
MITS versus North Star -- which is faster; KIM plus CHess equals Microchess, in 1K of memory; Make your Own PC Boards, start with a universal wire-wrap board (George young, Bob Grater); CP/M primer -- a most sophisticated operating system (Dr John F Stewart); Finally, 8080 Meets the Fairchild Video Game (Jim Huffman); Displaying Hexidecimal and other related ideas; Time-sharing for the Home system -- running two programs at once;
PET's first report card; Scope Power -- a review of Tektronix's Model 922; Kilobaud Klassroom; Home-Brew Z-80 System, part I front panel construction; A Tour of the Computer Faire - some of the people and products (John Craig); MUCH MORE.