PRAGMA's Product Profiles, 13 individual issues, May 1984 through May 1985, inclusive; news and information for Pick operating systems users. Pick Operating system users Pragma.

PRAGMA's Product Profiles, 13 individual issues, May 1984 through May 1985, inclusive; news and information for Pick operating systems users.

Published periodically by Semaphore Corporation, Aptos CA 1984-1985; each issue approximately 16 to 24 pages, advertisements and articles, photographs of computer equipment etc.

Condition: Very Good overall, 13 individual issues, some thick enough to have stapled bindings, most with pages just inserted; paper covers, most with horizontal foldmarks at middle; mailing labels at lower cover or faint ghosts where labels have fallen off. Sound and tight, pages clean and unmarked.

Keywords: pragma's product profiles, microdata 1980s, vintage microdata newsletter, pick operating system, history of operating systems, super micros 1980s, pick user groups 1980s computers, business software of the 1980s, vintage computer ephemera, news and i

Price: $45.00

Item Description

News and Information for Pick Operating System Users. Includes issues such as, Our 2nd Annual Hardware Survey; PICK Consultants Directory; Some Thourghts on Pick's Future; Pick's Best and Worst; Local Pick User Groups (including Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, East Coast New Jersey etc); Do you Use or Sell Pick Manufacturing Software;

A Look at ScreenPlay; Moving Files with Data-Bridge; Beyond the Power of Pick; Open Architecture is Coming; Directory of Pick Manufacturing Packages; Which is Standard; Our 3rd Annual Pick Hardware Survey; more

'You could see PICK on 40 percent or 50 percent of the super micros that are sold in 1985... A typical super micro would be anything based on the Motorola 68000, with a multi-user operating system and substantial hard disk above the ten megabytes that you can stick on an XT, for instance...' (from the July 1984 issue).