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Arcade Manual Archive
Arcade Manual Archive
collection
2,300
ITEMS
924,174
VIEWS
Apr 3, 2011
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This collection consists of manuals, circuit diagrams, cheat sheets and other materials related to the operation of arcade machines. Coin-operated arcade games, especially as they became primarily electronic and sold to an ever-widening audience of vendors and distributors, came with instruction manuals, repair documentation, and schematics. Usually attached inside the machines inside bags, or as part of the manifest documents, these manuals were vital for installation and operation of these...
TEL Newsletter
TEL Newsletter
collection
9
ITEMS
5,169
VIEWS
Apr 5, 2011
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TEL (Telephone Electronics Line) was a small publication that was dedicated to phone phreaking and hacking. It began publishing in November 1974. TEL was similar to TAP but was geared totally toward phone phreaking. In 1975, Pacific Telephone & Telegraph won a lawsuit against the publishers of TEL. The Superior Court of California, County L.A. court ordered TEL to stop publishing immediately. A letter was mailed to all subscribers advising them to destroy all back issues of TEL. TEL ceased...
GDC Extras Archive
GDC Extras Archive
collection
3,187
ITEMS
297,093
VIEWS
Apr 12, 2011
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The GDC (Game Developers Conference), previously the Computer Game Developers Conference, is a series of events held worldwide to bring together developers, marketers, management, artists, and others involved in the creation of electronic entertainment. Besides the main events, GDC also maintains an archive of presentations and recordings at The GDC Vault . This collection consists of additional video and audio material from the GDC archives outside the GDC Vault's mission, that still hold a...
The Two Hands Project Footage Archive
The Two Hands Project Footage Archive
collection
45
ITEMS
5,399
VIEWS
Apr 12, 2011 Two Hands Project
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The Two Hands Project is a both a forthcoming documentary and a collection of recorded material related to Hacker Spaces and the Maker Movement. Recorded primarily in the month of September 2009, taking advantage of an all-you-can-fly airline special, a crew of young filmmakers traveled around North America to record interviews, landscapes, stories and events. In the end, dozens of hours of tapes were filled, the full footage of which has to be made available in this archive. There are roughly...
Hacker Conferences
Hacker Conferences
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14,333
ITEMS
825,918
VIEWS
Apr 12, 2011
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Brilliant and profane, insightful and hilarious, nightmarish and uplifting - for years, hacker conferences have brought together the best and worst in human nature, encouraging speakers to share their thoughts on life both online and offline. Informal where other conferences are uptight, these conferences have covered an enormous amount of subjects. The lectures themselves are historic records and performances, playing up to the crowds and laying out the facts. Please note: This collection is...
Computist Magazine Archive
Computist Magazine Archive
collection
107
ITEMS
150,619
VIEWS
May 17, 2011
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Computist magazine was an Apple-II oriented publication distributed and sold between 1981 and 1993. Created by Charles Haight of Softkey Publishing, the magazine was dedicated primarily to issues of copy protection, duplication of software, and matters related to the deprotection process. Originally called Hardcore Computing , the name was soon changed after a young reader's parent complained about the adult-sounding title. Besides the main Computist magazine, Softkey also published related...
Reader Service - 1980s Computer Flyers
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508
ITEMS
163,215
VIEWS
May 30, 2011 Jason Scott
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When I Was Young..... ...I used to read a lot of computer magazines. Compute, Creative Computing, Omni and many others would either show up at my home or more likely, get bought with whatever money I was able to scrounge up. Pizza and the latest issue would be the order of the day, and I would eat my slice happily as I walked home and dreamed of computers not yet owned and software not yet purchased. One of the features of many computer magazines at the time were small postcards you could take...
Topics: Flyers, Computer History, Sales, Catalogs, Leaflets, Mailings
The BITSAVERS.ORG Documents Library
The BITSAVERS.ORG Documents Library
collection
51,878
ITEMS
10.6M
VIEWS
Jun 9, 2011 BITSAVERS.ORG
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Since the 1990s, the bitsavers collective has been scanning computer-related documentation and materials as well as rescuing software from rapidly-fading media. Intended to be a permanent and accessible collection of manuals, technical specifications and lore related to computer brands and materials, the collection now houses thousands of documents containing millions of pages. The project is primarily the work of Al Kossow, tireless worker and scanner, who has spent endless hours hand-scanning...
Console Living Room: Vectrex
Console Living Room: Vectrex
collection
157
ITEMS
62,786
VIEWS
Jun 13, 2011
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The Vectrex was a home console system that was unique in the field due to the use of a built-in vector monitor to display the games. Introduced in June of 1982 by General Consumer Electronics (GCE) at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show (CES), it was available for retail purchase at $199 in October of that same year. In March of 1983, Milton Bradley purchased GCE and began distributing the Vectrex to a more expansive distribution network, to some success. However, changes in the market caused...
Topic: video game
Smash Hits Magazine
Smash Hits Magazine
collection
234
ITEMS
274,458
VIEWS
Jul 1, 2011
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Smash Hits was a pop music magazine aimed at teenagers and young adults, featuring lyrics, photographs, interviews and news related to celebrity music acts in the UK (Later offshoots arrived in the US and Australia). After an initial test issue, the magazine started publishing in 1979, switching to a fortnightly schedule after three issues, and finally closing up in 2006. Starting in 2008, Brian McCloskey began a project called Like Punk Never Happened, providing scanned and described issues of...
The GET LAMP Interview Archives
The GET LAMP Interview Archives
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66
ITEMS
83,201
VIEWS
Jul 1, 2011
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From 2006-2008, director Jason Scott interviewed over 70 programmers, writers, academics and designers about text adventures and interactive fiction, that genre of computer game which dominated the early days of home computer and which has faded into a much smaller portion of the game world. Even though it is no longer at the forefront of gaming, the influence and breadth of the subject inspired Jason to track down as many of the original designers of these games as he could, as well as...
Topics: GET LAMP, Text Adventures, Interactive Fiction, Interviews
Away From Keyboard
Away From Keyboard
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357
ITEMS
52M
VIEWS
Jul 12, 2011
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Away From Keyboard is a memorial collection dedicated to preserving pieces of lives lived online from being scattered and lost. While no collection of data can ever replace a person, these archives provide a central place for writings, audio, video and other creations to be accessible to followers for many years to come.
Topics: Memorials, Memories, Bereavement, Loss, Archives
Compute! Gazette (1983-1990)
Compute! Gazette (1983-1990)
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87
ITEMS
504,530
VIEWS
Aug 22, 2011
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From Wikipedia: COMPUTE!'s Gazette (ISSN 0737-3716) was a computer magazine of the 1980s, directed at users of Commodore's 8-bit home computers. Publishing its first issue in July 1983, the Gazette was a Commodore-only daughter magazine of the computer hobbyist magazine COMPUTE!. An example of MLX type-in program code as printed in COMPUTE!'s Gazette. COMPUTE!'s Gazette contained both standard articles and type-in programs. Many of these programs were quite sophisticated and lengthy. To assist...
Topics: Commodore, Compute Gazette, Magazine
Antic Magazine Collection
Antic Magazine Collection
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168
ITEMS
210,685
VIEWS
Aug 22, 2011
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From Wikipedia: Antic was the name of a home computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit computer line (Atari 400/800 and compatibles). Its ISSN is 0113-1141. It took its name from the ANTIC chip which produced the Atari line's graphics. The first issue was published in April 1982. While it began as a bimonthly magazine, within a year it had gone monthly. The last issue was in June/July 1990. All told, 88 issues were published. A "Best of" book was also published. Its main rival in...
Your Commodore Magazine (1984-1991)
Your Commodore Magazine (1984-1991)
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177
ITEMS
125,150
VIEWS
Aug 24, 2011
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From Wikipedia: Your Commodore was a magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Commodore PC range. Although first seen as a supplement in July 1984's Personal Computer Today, Your Commodore was later published on its own. Issue 1 launched in September, cover dated October 1984. Launch editor Wendy Palmer introduced the magazines plans for its content, which would include general coverage for all the Commodore computers. Features mainly covered...
Big K Magazine
Big K Magazine
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24
ITEMS
24,035
VIEWS
Aug 24, 2011
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Big K was a multi format magazine published by IPC Magazines Ltd during the 1980s. Descriptions for these issues have been provided by Steven Zakulec.
Die Hard: The Flyer for Commodore 8bitters
Die Hard: The Flyer for Commodore 8bitters
collection
23
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19,132
VIEWS
Aug 24, 2011
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GameFan (originally known as Diehard GameFan) was a publication started by Tim Lindquist and Dave Halverson in September 1992 that provided coverage of domestic and import video games.[1] It was notable for its extensive use of game screenshots in page design because of the lack of good screen shots in other US publications at the time. The original magazine ceased publishing in December 2000.
Compute! Magazine Archive
Compute! Magazine Archive
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196
ITEMS
1.3M
VIEWS
Aug 24, 2011
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From Wikipedia: Compute! (ISSN 0194-357X) was an American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994, though it can trace its origin to 1978 in Len Lindsay's PET Gazette, one of the first magazines for the Commodore PET computer. In its 1980s heyday Compute! covered all major platforms, and several single-platform spinoffs of the magazine were launched. The most successful of these was Compute!'s Gazette, catering to Commodore computer users. The magazine's original goal was to...
Commodore World Magazine
Commodore World Magazine
collection
25
ITEMS
44,015
VIEWS
Aug 29, 2011
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The Commodore World was a bimonthly published Commodore magazine, which was published by the hardware manufacturers Creative Micro Designs (short: CMD) in USA (4,95 U$) and Canada ($5,95). The reason was to publishing this magazine, that in 1994 no professional commodore magazine exists in North America for advertising and pricing his Commodore hardware, because at the end of 1993 the last and famous North American Commodore print magazine Compute! was finished. The Last issue was 25 (1999)....
RUN Magazine Archives
RUN Magazine Archives
collection
146
ITEMS
353,625
VIEWS
Aug 29, 2011
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From Wikipedia: RUN was an American computer magazine published monthly by IDG Communications with its first issue debuting in January 1984. Bi-monthly publishing began in June/July 1990 (issue #78, volume 7 number 6), and went on until the magazine folded in November/December 1992 (issue #94, volume 9 number 6). In its heyday, RUN's monthly circulation was in the 200,000–300,000 range. Folio, the trade journal of the magazine industry, rated it as the second fastest-growing U.S. magazine of...
ACE Magazine Archive
ACE Magazine Archive
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55
ITEMS
51,332
VIEWS
Aug 29, 2011
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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) was a multi-format computer and video game magazine first published in the United Kingdom by Future Publishing and later acquired by EMAP. Launched in October 1987, roughly the same time as Ludlow-based publisher Newsfield's own multi-format magazine The Games Machine, the magazine consisted mainly of ex-Amstrad Action and Personal Computer Games staff, including launch co-editors Peter Connor and Steve Cooke. Andy Wilton, ex-AA, was brought in as Reviews...
Commodore Magazine
Commodore Magazine
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35
ITEMS
113,280
VIEWS
Aug 29, 2011
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Commodore Magazine Volume 8, 9, and 10. Lived from January of 1987 to October of 1989.
Commodore Horizons Magazine
Commodore Horizons Magazine
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27
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15,181
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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First issue was published in 1983 Dec/Jan 1984 and the last in March 1986 for a total of 27 issues. Starting in April 1986 with Issue 28 the magazine changed its name to Commodore and Amiga Horizons.
Computer Magazines
Computer Magazines
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34,114
ITEMS
41.8M
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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With the re-branding of computing power and machines as something welcome in the home and not just the workshop, a number of factors moved forth to sell these machines and their software to a growing and large group of customers. Besides the introduction of more elegant cases and an increased presence by larger and larger firms, a strong argument can be made that one of the forces was the proliferation of computer-related magazines and newsletters that gave a central, printed home for writing...
Enter Magazine
Enter Magazine
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0
ITEMS
25,214
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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Enter was an American magazine produced from October 1983 to May 1985 by Children's Television Workshop (CTW, later renamed Sesame Workshop). Similar to sibling titles Sesame Street, The Electric Company, and 3-2-1 Contact magazines, the title was aimed at school-age children. The focus of the magazine was, as declared on the cover, "The world of computers and new technology". Each issue included programs in the BASIC computer language, which readers could type into their own home...
Micro 6502 Journal
Micro 6502 Journal
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76
ITEMS
145,809
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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MICRO: the 6502 Journal was a 6502-specific magazine published by Robert M. Tripp. From apple2history.org description of MICRO 6502 Journal: Robert M. Tripp got his start with computers in 1960 as an undergraduate in an unrelated field. He found the computer programming so interesting that he became a programmer in 1969, and started with the 6502 microprocessor in 1976, initially with the KIM-1 trainer sold by MOS Technology. He started a business, “The COMPUTERIST”, and sold the KIM-1...
Topics: 6502 Micro Journal, 6502, Newsletters
Commander Magazine
Commander Magazine
collection
17
ITEMS
42,086
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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Commander Magazine was a relatively short-lived (two years) magazine geared for the Commodore 64 and Vic-20 computers, published between 1982-1984. Professionally published, it was a competitor to RUN and Compute! magazines. Descriptions added by Steven Zakulec.
Family Computing Magazine
Family Computing Magazine
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67
ITEMS
173,675
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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Family Computing was a 1980s U.S. computer magazine published by Scholastic, Inc.. It covered all the major home computer platforms of the day including the Apple II series, Commodore Vic 20 and 64, Atari 8-bit family as well as the IBM PC and Apple Macintosh. It printed a mixture of product reviews, how-to articles and type-in programs. The magazine also featured a teen-oriented insert called K-Power, written by Stuyvesant High School students called the Special-K's. The section was named...
Micro Adventurer Magazine
Micro Adventurer Magazine
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34
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27,847
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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In November 1983, Sunshine books entered the magazine market with a new publication which was aimed solely at war gamers, strategists and adventurers. This was of course the late-lamented Micro Adventurer and it lasted for 17 issues. The March 1985 issue was to be the last, although no mention was made in the magazine itself. Its fate was revealed in Popular Computing Weekly a few weeks later, much to my own personal grief. Tony Bridge and Ken Matthews were the main writers, and each issue...
Your 64 Magazine
Your 64 Magazine
collection
15
ITEMS
12,969
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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"Your 64" was a British computer magazine aimed at users of the Commodore 64 and VIC-20 home computers, launched by Sportscene Specialist Press in 1984 as a sister title to "Your Spectrum." Initially a bi-monthly release it later changed to monthly. The content of issues were balanced between serious and leisure features. The title lasted 14 issues until it was incorporated into "Your Commodore." Descriptions were added by Lewis Collard.
Info Magazine
Info Magazine
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50
ITEMS
91,320
VIEWS
Aug 30, 2011
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.info (originally INFO=64) was a computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga. It was published from 1983 to 1992. INFO=64 began as a newsletter published by its founder, Benn Dunnington, operating out of a spare bedroom in his home. After a few issues, the entrepreneurial spirit struck and he decided to expand it into a full-fledged magazine. The first few issues of the magazine were published by Dunnington operating as a sole proprietorship in the state of...
K Power Magazine
K Power Magazine
collection
10
ITEMS
16,624
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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K-Power described itself as "The Magazine for the Computer Generation". It was a computer magazine with an emphasis on education, published in the United States by Scholastic, Inc and edited by Anne Krueger. 8 issues of K-Power were published, running from February to November/December 1984, after which it was merged with Family Computing and became a teen-oriented insert of its parent magazine. K-Power featured type-in BASIC programs for many different platforms, perhaps most fondly...
Blip Magazine
Blip Magazine
collection
7
ITEMS
10,136
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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"Blip: The Video Games Magazine" was a short-lived monthly video game magazine published by Marvel Comics and edited by Joe Claro. The first issue was published in February 1983, and the seventh and final issue was published in August of that year. Blip was aimed at a younger audience; it was comic-book sized, printed on comic book stock, and had video-game-related comics (some spanning several pages), while being somewhat thinner on computer hardware, news items and strategy guides....
Commodore DiskUser Magazine
Commodore DiskUser Magazine
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36
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27,441
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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Commodore Disk User was a magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Commodore 128, and Commodore Plus/4. Each issue came with a cover mounted disk containing software. It was published by the same company that published the Your Commodore magazine and was aimed at Commodore users that had a 1541 disk drive and did not want to have to type in program listings. It also meant that larger programs could be included with the magazine. Initially, an issue of the...
The Games Machine Magazine
The Games Machine Magazine
collection
34
ITEMS
101,188
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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The Games Machine was Newsfield's multi-format magazine, launched as a sister publication to Crash, Zzap! 64 and Amtix. It covered most formats of the day, with emphasis on the emerging 16-bit consoles and computers. Scanned by Ken D of retropdfs.wordpress.com.
CVG Magazine Archives
CVG Magazine Archives
collection
129
ITEMS
379,495
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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Computer and Video Games Magazine Issues 01-126 (November 1981 - May 1992) plus Yearbooks. Computer and Video Games (C+VG) was a long-running multi-format UK-based magazine. It went through several phases; at first, it was very much a hobbyist magazine, with plenty of type-ins and technical articles. Like most 80's UK computer magazines, it went a bit mad as the market got saturated and relaunched as an entertainment title, with some bizarre and ill-fitting Jerry Paris cartoon characters...
Your Sinclair Magazine
Your Sinclair Magazine
collection
93
ITEMS
271,522
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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Your Sinclair Magazine Issues 01-94 (January 1986 - September 1993. Your Sinclair was the successor to Your Spectrum, and focused on entertainment more than its predecessor. There's still a fair amount of technical content though, especially in the early issues. Towards the end of the magazine's life, it went straight for the "yoof" market, and as the Spectrum declined so did the page count.
ZX Computing Magazine
ZX Computing Magazine
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37
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110,475
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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ZX Computing Magazine Issues 01-38 (Summer 1982 - May 1987). ZX Computing was published by Argus Specialist Publications and covered all Sinclair micros, from the ZX80 through to the QL and Spectrum 128. It was published bi-monthly until April 1986, when it underwent a significant redesign and was published monthly until May 1987. The early issues concentrated on type-ins and technical articles; after the revamp most games-based content was carried. Of particular interest are the articles by...
Commodore User Magazine
Commodore User Magazine
collection
273
ITEMS
153,502
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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Commodore User, known to the readers as the abbreviated CU, was one of the oldest British Commodore magazines. A publishing history spanning over 15 years, mixing content with technical and games features. Incorporating Vic Computing in 1983 by publishers EMAP, the magazine's focus moved to the emerging Commodore 64, before introducing Amiga coverage in 1986, paving the way for Amiga's dominance and a title change to CU Amiga in 1990. Covering the 16-bit computer, the magazine continued for...
Crash Magazine Archive
Crash Magazine Archive
collection
197
ITEMS
482,290
VIEWS
Aug 31, 2011
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Crash was a magazine dedicated to the ZX Spectrum home computer. It was published from 1984 to 1991 by Newsfield Publications Ltd until their liquidation, and then until 1992 by Europress. Crash was initially launched in 1983 by Roger Kean, Oliver Frey and Franco Frey as a mail order software catalogue that included several pages of reviews. It then launched as a magazine in February 1984, maintaining its focus squarely on Spectrum gaming (unlike its competitors, which tended to feature more...
Ahoy! Magazine Archive
Ahoy! Magazine Archive
collection
70
ITEMS
178,847
VIEWS
Sep 1, 2011
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Ahoy! was a magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga. It was noted for the quality and learnability of its type-in program listings. It published many games in BASIC and occasionally printed programs in standard, readable assembly language rather than the relatively obscure hexadecimal listings used by other magazines such as Compute! and RUN, although in its February 1985...
Your Spectrum Magazine
Your Spectrum Magazine
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21
ITEMS
53,117
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Sep 1, 2011
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Your Spectrum Issues 01-21 (Jan 1984 - Dec 1985). Your Spectrum was a hobbyist publication, originally published bi-monthly in 1984, before quickly turning into a monthly magazine. Although strongly centred around technical content, it did carry gaming reviews and features, although with a technical slant. Your Spectrum changed it's title to Your Sinclair in 1986 and became a more gaming-oriented magazine, with a decreasing amount of technical content.
Commodore Power-Play Magazine
Commodore Power-Play Magazine
collection
24
ITEMS
54,524
VIEWS
Sep 1, 2011
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Commodore Power/Play and Commodore MicroComputer ended publication at the end of 1986. Starting January 1987 they combined to become Commodore Magazine.
ZZap!64 Magazine
ZZap!64 Magazine
collection
243
ITEMS
424,190
VIEWS
Sep 1, 2011
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Zzap!64 was a computer games magazine covering games on the Commodore International series of computers, especially the Commodore 64 (C64). It was published in the UK by Newsfield Publications Ltd and later by Europress Impact. The magazine launched in April, with the cover date May 1985 as the sister magazine to CRASH. It focused on the C64 for much of its shelf life, but later incorporated Amiga game news and reviews. Like CRASH for the ZX Spectrum, it had a dedicated cult following amongst...
Atari Corporate Magazines
Atari Corporate Magazines
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21
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19,719
VIEWS
Sep 2, 2011
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These are a series of magazines and newsletters put out by Atari inc. to provide information, advertising, and promotion for a variety of Atari products.
Computer Programmert Zur Unterhaltung
Computer Programmert Zur Unterhaltung
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11
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6,115
VIEWS
Sep 3, 2011
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Das deutschsprachige Computermagazin "CPU", später "C.P.U." benannt nach dem englischen Kurzwort für Prozessor erschien erstmalig mit Ausgabe 09/1983, dabei bedeutete die Abkürzung im Sinne dieser Computerzeitschrift "Computer Programmiert zur Unterhaltung". Bis etwa Anfang 1985 erschien diese Magazin im Roeske Verlag monatlich, danach im Tronic-Verlag. Ab Ausgabe 9/85 als Doppelausgabe jeweils zweimonatlich bis im Jahr 1986, wobei der Tronic-Verlag sehr viele...
The Gamers Collection
The Gamers Collection
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4
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2,709
VIEWS
Sep 4, 2011
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The Gamers Connection is a newsletter published in the late 1980s dedicated to the Radio Shack Color Computer.
Amtix Magazine
Amtix Magazine
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19
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46,473
VIEWS
Sep 4, 2011
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Amtix! magazine was, as its subtitle stated, a "monthly software review for the Amstrad computers". Published by Newsfield Publications Ltd in the mid eighties. Amtix! ran from November 1985 to April 1987 and produced 18 issues in total. A special issue (Issue zero) was given away with Zzap!64 and CRASH, two of Newsfield's other publications. After issue 18, the title was merged with Computing With The Amstrad magazine and the Amtix! logo appeared in CWTA's games review section.
Amstrad Action Magazine
Amstrad Action Magazine
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117
ITEMS
304,715
VIEWS
Sep 5, 2011
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From Wikipedia: Amstrad Action was a monthly magazine, published in the United Kingdom, which catered to owners of home computers from the Amstrad CPC range and later the GX4000 console. It was the first magazine published by Chris Anderson's Future Publishing, which with a varied line-up of computing and non-computing related titles has since become one of the foremost magazine publishers in the UK. The publication, often abbreviated to AA by staff and readers, had the longest lifetime of any...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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9,255
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1.7M
VIEWS
Sep 5, 2011
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Besides the glossy magazines, stacks of photocopied, hand-printed and distributed newsletters brought information and insight to computer users. In cases where the newsletters grew into full magazines, check the Computer Magazines collection. General Computer Newsletters The 80 Notebook Ace User Magazine Apple 2000 Apple Content Apple Hebdo Newsletter (French) Argonauts Newsletter Asgard Newsletter Atari Owners Club Bulletin Australian National OS9 Newsletter Australian OS9 Newsletter (Alt.)...
Eight Bit Boosters
Eight Bit Boosters
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16
ITEMS
3,623
VIEWS
Sep 5, 2011
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Scans of these newsletters were provided by Bombjack.
Your Computer Magazine
Your Computer Magazine
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71
ITEMS
264,767
VIEWS
Sep 6, 2011
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Your Computer was a British computer magazine published monthly from 1981 to 1988, and aimed at the burgeoning home computer market. At one stage it was, in its own words, "Britain's biggest selling home computer magazine". It offered support across a wide range of computer formats, and included news, type-in program listings, and reviews of both software and hardware. Hardware reviews were notable for including coverage of the large number of home microcomputers released during the...
MicroHobby Magazine (Spanish)
MicroHobby Magazine (Spanish)
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397
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227,420
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Sep 6, 2011
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Microhobby Magazine was a Spanish-language magazine covering the ZX Spectrum and other microcomputers. It was published from the 1980s to the early 1990s.
TPUG Magazine
TPUG Magazine
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23
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20,818
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Sep 6, 2011
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Short for Toronto Pet Users Group. This newsletter archive is missing Issues #1 and #6. TPUG Magazine #25 - (August/September) 1986 - Flight Simulation #24 - (June/July) 1986 - Orphan Computers #23 - (May) 1986 - Computer Languages #22 - (April) 1986 - Computers In Education #21 - March 1986 - Exploring The C-128 #20 - January/February 1986 - Artificial Intelligence #19 - December 1985 - Graphics #18 - November 1985 - Computer Music #17 - October 1985 - Telecommunications #16 - August/September...
SoftSide Magazine
SoftSide Magazine
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99
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121,690
VIEWS
Sep 6, 2011
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SoftSide Magazine is a defunct computer magazine, begun in October 1978 by Roger Robitaille and published by SoftSide Publications of Milford, New Hampshire. Descriptions for this collection have been added by Thomas Chester.
Popular Computing Weekly
Popular Computing Weekly
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520
ITEMS
188,471
VIEWS
Sep 7, 2011
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Popular Computing Weekly was a computer magazine in the UK published from the early 1980s until the early 1990s. It was sometimes referred to as PCW (although that abbreviation is more commonly associated with Personal Computer World magazine). Its subject range was general-purpose, covering gaming, business, and productivity software. During 1989 it incorporated Computer Gamesweek. It was noteworthy for being the only national weekly computer magazine of the time, and for its backpage being...
UnderColor Newsletter
UnderColor Newsletter
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11
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4,608
VIEWS
Sep 7, 2011
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Under Color Newsletter was a bi-weekly newsletter published in support of the Tandy Color Computer (Coco).
Australian National OS9 Newsletter (1988-1994)
Australian National OS9 Newsletter (1988-1994)
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67
ITEMS
15,528
VIEWS
Sep 7, 2011
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The Australian National OS9 Newsletter was a Color Computer-oriented newsletter created by Gordon Bentzen, Don Berrie and Bob Devries. Issues were produced from July 1988 to August 1994. Credit to CoCoCoding for issue information and summary.
TV Gamer Magazine
TV Gamer Magazine
collection
14
ITEMS
12,699
VIEWS
Sep 7, 2011
collection

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TV Gamer magazine was published from the Summer of '83 through to March 1985. The last two issues were incorporated into another gaming magazine called Big K.
Super99 Monthly Newsletter
Super99 Monthly Newsletter
collection
18
ITEMS
4,013
VIEWS
Sep 8, 2011
collection

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Super 99 Monthly was a Texas Instruments 99-4/a newsletter published in the 1980s.
The Smart Programmer Newsletter
The Smart Programmer Newsletter
collection
18
ITEMS
4,890
VIEWS
Sep 8, 2011
collection

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The Smart Programmer Newsletter was a newsletter for the TI 99/4a created by Craig Miller.
Commodore Manuals
Commodore Manuals
collection
0
ITEMS
215,376
VIEWS
Sep 8, 2011
collection

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This collection of commodore manuals, instructions, schematics and technical information comes courtesy of the army of anonymous scanners of bombjack.org - together, they comprise a major swath of the most prominent manuals related to Commodore equipment, software, and procedures.
Atari Computing Magazine (UK)
Atari Computing Magazine (UK)
collection
16
ITEMS
19,857
VIEWS
Sep 9, 2011
collection

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Atari Computing was founded Mike Kerslake after the closing of Atari World and ST Format magazines, to fill the resulting gap. Running from 1996 to 2000, the magazine covered all aspects of Atari computing.
The Transactor Magazine
The Transactor Magazine
collection
73
ITEMS
127,833
VIEWS
Sep 10, 2011
collection

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The Transactor magazine started as a 2-page newsletter dated April 30, 1978 and was published throughout the 1980's. One of the noted C64 hardware-hacking magazines, it was originally published by Commodore Canada. It was purchased from BMB Compuscience, the parent company, by the entire editorial team in April 1987 and sold to Antony Jacobsen & Ben Lewis, Croftward Limited (the publisher of Commodore Computing International among others) in November 1988. Croftward continued publishing...
Atari User Magazine (UK)
Atari User Magazine (UK)
collection
44
ITEMS
40,457
VIEWS
Sep 10, 2011
collection

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Atari User was a British computer magazine aimed at users of Atari home computers, and published by Database Publications (later known as Europress) between 1985 and 1988. It was a general-interest computer magazine, containing games reviews as well as type-in programs, tutorials and hardware projects. As with Database's other publications, its appearance was somewhat conservative in comparison with its more games-oriented contemporaries, such as Computer and Video Games (C&VG). The...
Computer Age Magazine
Computer Age Magazine
collection
16
ITEMS
19,510
VIEWS
Sep 10, 2011
collection

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Computer Age Magazine is a early 1980s general computer magazine.
Amazing Computing Magazine
Amazing Computing Magazine
collection
157
ITEMS
296,034
VIEWS
Sep 11, 2011
collection

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Amazing Computing was a computer magazine devoted to the Amiga computer. It was published by PiM Publications of Fall River, Massachusetts, USA, from 1985 to (sporadically) 1999. Other Amiga publications from PiM include AC's Tech for the Amiga and AC's Guide. The publisher was Don Hicks. A frequent column in Amazing Computing was "Roomers" by "the Bandito" which offered unsourced rumors, speculation, and inside information regarding developments on the AMIGA scene. These...
Midnite Software Gazette
Midnite Software Gazette
collection
40
ITEMS
23,544
VIEWS
Sep 11, 2011
collection

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The Midnite Software Gazette was a newsletter started for the Central Illinois PET Users Group. Published by Jim Strasa, it dated from 1980 to 1987, published 41 issues and additional materials, and expanded its coverage out to all Commodore computers.
Handheld Game Manuals
Handheld Game Manuals
collection
229
ITEMS
125,859
VIEWS
Sep 11, 2011
collection

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Scanning in by anonymous hobbyists, this collection of manuals are for electronic handheld games, which game into prominence in the late 1970s and flourished well into the 1990s. Currently, most manuals in this collection come courtesy of Handheld Museum .
Up Time Newsletter
Up Time Newsletter
collection
24
ITEMS
6,306
VIEWS
Sep 12, 2011
collection

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Uptime was a User Group Newsletter dedicated to the Tandy Color Computer (Coco).
Micromania Segunda Epoca (Spanish)
Micromania Segunda Epoca (Spanish)
collection
81
ITEMS
280,074
VIEWS
Sep 12, 2011
collection

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MicroManía es una revista española dedicada a los juegos de ordenador en general desde sus comienzos, que ha dejado de lado las secciones (variables) sobre consolas, ante el advenimiento de la revista de la misma editorial (HobbyPress, actualmente parte de Axel Springer), Hobby Consolas. Nacida en mayo de 1985, es una de las primeras revistas de Europa dedicada exclusivamente a hablar de videojuegos, después de MicroHobby, creada unos meses antes también por HobbyPress, siendo en las dos...
80 Microcomputing Magazine
80 Microcomputing Magazine
collection
75
ITEMS
421,558
VIEWS
Sep 12, 2011
collection

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80 Microcomputing, also known as 80 Micro, was the most famous of the TRS-80 magazines and the best remembered. It was the first of the platform-specific computer magazines to become very popular, creating a model that many other magazines followed. Harry McCracken, former editor-in-chief of PC World, described PC World as "essentially an 80 Micro clone that happened to be about Windows, not TRS-80’s." 80 Microcomputing published for 101 issues from January 1980 to June 1988, plus...
Commodore Format Magazine
Commodore Format Magazine
collection
2
ITEMS
62,118
VIEWS
Sep 13, 2011
collection

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Commodore Format was a British magazine for users of the Commodore 64 home computer. All sixty-one issues of the magazine were produced by Future Publishing. These came towards the end of the machine's commercial life - from October 1990 until October 1995. The launch editorial staff was dominated by journalists who had worked on Zzap!64, including editor Steve Jarratt. Sean Masterson was Steve's deputy, joined by staff writer Andy Dyer. There were contributions from Gordon Houghton and Kati...
Apple Hebdo Newsletter (French)
Apple Hebdo Newsletter (French)
collection
22
ITEMS
1,906
VIEWS
Sep 15, 2011
collection

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Apple Hebdo is a french-language newsletter for the Apple family of computers, published in the 1980s.
Computer Gaming World Coverdiscs
Computer Gaming World Coverdiscs
collection
46
ITEMS
25,643
VIEWS
Sep 16, 2011
collection

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A collection of Cover CD-ROMs from Computer Gaming World magazine.
c't: Magazin Fur Computer Technik
c't: Magazin Fur Computer Technik
collection
3
ITEMS
7,609
VIEWS
Sep 17, 2011
collection

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c't: Magazin Fur Computer Technik. German magazine for computers.
Color Computer Magazine
Color Computer Magazine
collection
20
ITEMS
45,128
VIEWS
Sep 17, 2011
collection

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Color Computer Magazine was a glossy magazine dedicated to the Radio Shack Color Computer, published in the early 1980s.
ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter
ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter
collection
21
ITEMS
5,940
VIEWS
Sep 18, 2011
collection

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The ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter was a ZX-Spectrum oriented newsletter published in the 1980s.
The Coco Clipboard Magazine
The Coco Clipboard Magazine
collection
16
ITEMS
12,458
VIEWS
Sep 18, 2011
collection

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The Coco Clipboard Magazine is a Tandy Color Computer-oriented newsletter published in the late 1980s.
Texas Instruments Users Newsletter
Texas Instruments Users Newsletter
collection
22
ITEMS
5,853
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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The Texas Instruments User's Group Newsletter, published in the early 1980s, gave information on a wide range of Texas Instruments machines and computers.
Triton Catalogs
Triton Catalogs
collection
16
ITEMS
8,995
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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Catalogs for Triton, maker of software for the TI 99/4a.
Atari 1ST Magazine
Atari 1ST Magazine
collection
18
ITEMS
1,110
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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Atari 1ST Magazine, French Atari magazine that published 17 issues from August of 1987 to February of 1989, before renaming itself to Micro.
Joypad Magazine (French)
Joypad Magazine (French)
collection
37
ITEMS
30,609
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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Joypad était un magazine mensuel français consacré aux jeux vidéo sur consoles, édité par Yellow Media. L'audience 2004 atteignait 28 500 lecteurs par tirage1. En 2009, elle n'était plus que 8 500 lecteurs avant de chuter aux alentours de 5 000 lecteurs quelques mois avant sa disparition.
LED Micro Magazine
LED Micro Magazine
collection
41
ITEMS
23,207
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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LED Micro Magazine was a french-language computer magazine published in the 1980s.
Micro et Robots Magazine (French)
Micro et Robots Magazine (French)
collection
24
ITEMS
2,720
VIEWS
Sep 19, 2011
collection

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First and only magazine devoted to a mix of fun robotics (news, construction), microcomputer (tests, programs), practical electronics and a little home automation. Too bad the experiment lasted only 16 numbers ... Premier et unique magazine consacré à un mélange de robotique amusante (actualités, construction), de micro-informatique (tests, programmes), d'électronique pratique et d'un peu de domotique. Dommage que l'expérience n'ait duré que 16 numéros...
A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing Magazine
A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing Magazine
collection
79
ITEMS
219,719
VIEWS
Sep 20, 2011
collection

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A.N.A.L.O.G. (from Atari Newsletter And Lots Of Games) was an American computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit home computer line. It was known for its "advanced" programs in comparison to most type-in magazines of the era, especially its main rival, ANTIC, another long-lived magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit line. ANALOGs first issue was released in January/February 1981 and it was published bi-monthly until November/December 1983 and then monthly from January 1984 on,...
The Archive Team Friendster Snapshot Collection
The Archive Team Friendster Snapshot Collection
collection
143
ITEMS
44,445
VIEWS
Sep 20, 2011
collection

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Founded in 2002 by Jonathan Abrams and Peter Chin, Friendster was one of the more popular social networking sites, predating later services like Facebook and MySpace. It provided a singular platform to share music, writings, photographs and profiles between a growing amount of users, which grew to roughly 112 million over 9 years. Unlike previous sites like Geocities, Angelfire and Tripod, Friendster allowed larger spaces for upload of data, resulting in exponential growth and a leading...
Amiga Dream Cover CDs (French)
Amiga Dream Cover CDs (French)
collection
20
ITEMS
8,779
VIEWS
Sep 21, 2011
collection

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Amiga Dream est la première publication du groupe Posse Press (également éditeur de PC Team). Elle a été créée à l'époque par Romain Canonge, ancien journaliste d'Amiga Revue, Francis Poulain, ancien membre du service technique de Commodore France et Christine Robert, ancienne rédactrice en chef d'Amiga Revue. Le premier numéro est sorti en novembre 1993 simultanément à l'arrivée en France de l'Amiga CD32, troisième console de la firme Commodore International après le C64GS et...
Analog Computing Magazine Inserts
Analog Computing Magazine Inserts
collection
62
ITEMS
14,732
VIEWS
Sep 22, 2011
collection

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Inserts from Analog Computing Magazine.
Computer and Video Games Magazine
Computer and Video Games Magazine
collection
207
ITEMS
672,036
VIEWS
Sep 27, 2011
collection

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Computer and Video Games Magazine was published in Great Britain in the early 1980s.
Amstrad Semanal Magazine
Amstrad Semanal Magazine
collection
100
ITEMS
47,551
VIEWS
Oct 4, 2011
collection

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Amstrad Semanal was a Spanish-language Amstrad magazine.
Asgard Newsletter
Asgard Newsletter
collection
7
ITEMS
3,893
VIEWS
Oct 5, 2011
collection

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Asgard News was a corporate newsletter for Asgard Publishing.
The Computer Journal
The Computer Journal
collection
82
ITEMS
80,424
VIEWS
Oct 6, 2011
collection

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The Computer Journal, Supporting the Trailing Edge of Technology, was published from 1983 to 1998.
The Archive Team Yahoo Video Rescue
The Archive Team Yahoo Video Rescue
collection
156
ITEMS
2,984
VIEWS
Oct 10, 2011 Archive Team
collection

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Yahoo! Video was a video sharing website. Like many other Yahoo! products before it, Video was taken down on the big day of 14 March 2011. Dear Yahoo! Video user, After careful consideration, we will be removing all general user-generated content upload capability and user-uploaded video from Yahoo! Video. As a result, your videos, user profiles, ratings, favorites, and playlists will no longer be available after March 14, 2011. User video content from Yahoo! Video that remains embedded on...
Television Series: Bit för Bit (Bit by Bit)
Television Series: Bit för Bit (Bit by Bit)
collection
5
ITEMS
20,257
VIEWS
Oct 11, 2011
collection

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Bit för Bit (Bit by Bit) was a Swedish TV-series about computers. Six episodes were broadcasted in 1989 as part of the youth segment called Unga Tvåan on Sveriges Television (SVT). It was a mixture of education and entertainment, where each episode had competitions in games and demos, and usually an educational clip and examples of CGI-animation. There was a slightly confused hostess (Gila Bergqvist) and an animated co-host called Orcon. Orcon would slightly change his voice, personality and...
Magazine ZX (Spectrum)
Magazine ZX (Spectrum)
collection
16
ITEMS
12,175
VIEWS
Oct 12, 2011
collection

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ZX Magazín is a Czech magazine for users of home computers Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Didaktik, Delta, Sam Coupé and compatible computers. It was published from 1988 to 2005. It has several publishers. When its publisher was the company Proxima - Software, the magazine was issued bimonthly. The magazine was not oriented only to computer games, the game topics was only about one-third of the whole content. The other topics that the magazine was focused to were the manuals to user programs and...
Synthesizer Manuals Collection
Synthesizer Manuals Collection
collection
1,835
ITEMS
1.3M
VIEWS
Oct 19, 2011
collection

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Collecting several hundred manuals in one location, this collection of information about Music Synthesizers spans over 40 years of technology and products. Most consist of information about programming, usage and operation of synthesizers, as well as software products that emulate synthesizers. Additional scans are always welcome.
Synthesizer Manuals: Roland
Synthesizer Manuals: Roland
collection
316
ITEMS
401,820
VIEWS
Oct 19, 2011
collection

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Roland Corporation (ローランド株式会社 Rōrando Kabushiki Kaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of electronic musical instruments, electronic equipment and software. It was founded by Ikutaro Kakehashi in Osaka on April 18, 1972, with ¥33 million in capital. In 2005, Roland's headquarters relocated to Hamamatsu in Shizuoka Prefecture. Today it has factories in Italy, Taiwan, Japan, and the USA. As of March 31, 2010, it employed 2,699 employees. It has existed in different forms since...
Synthesizer Manuals: Yamaha
Synthesizer Manuals: Yamaha
collection
110
ITEMS
130,913
VIEWS
Oct 19, 2011
collection

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Yamaha Corporation (ヤマハ株式会社 Yamaha Kabushiki Gaisha) is a Japanese multinational corporation and conglomerate based in Japan with a very wide range of products and services, predominantly musical instruments, electronics, motorcycles and power sports equipment. Yamaha has grown to become the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments (including pianos, "silent" pianos, drums, guitars, brass instruments, woodwinds, violins, violas, celli, and vibraphones), as...
Synthesizer Manuals: Akai
Synthesizer Manuals: Akai
collection
40
ITEMS
29,841
VIEWS
Oct 20, 2011
collection

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Akai (Chinese: 雅佳; pinyin: Yǎjiā, Japanese: Akai in rōmaji) is a consumer electronics brand, founded by Masukichi Akai and his son, Saburo Akai as Akai Electric Company Ltd. (赤井電機株式会社 Akai Denki Kabushiki-gaisha?). It is now headquartered in Singapore as a subsidiary of Grande Holdings, a Hong Kong-based conglomerate, which also owns the formerly Japanese brands Nakamichi and Sansui. The Akai brand is now used to rebadge electronics manufactured by other companies....