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1902
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AppleBits 1986-02
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1903
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AppleBits 1986-03
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1904
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AppleBits 1986-04
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1906
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AppleBits 1986-06
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1907
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AppleBits 1986-07
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1908
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AppleBits 1986-08
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AppleBits v7n8 1986-09
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AppleBits v6n12 1985-12
This is a file for two consolidated Tennessee Supreme Court cases from 1927 of Solomon Koonce vs. Whit Koonce & Solomon Koonce vs. S.H. Burnett et al. 
Topics: Crockett County, Tennessee, Supreme Court
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Sep 13, 1966 Rocket Jet Engineering Corporation
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Rocket Jet Engineering Corporation - The Communicator Newsletter 1966-09-13
Topics: Gulf & Western, Charles G. Bluhdorn, John T. Soja, Rocket Jet Engineering Corporation
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Oct 1, 1966 Rocket Jet Engineering Corporation
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Rocket Jet Engineering Corporation — Reporter Newsletter 1966-10
Topics: Gulf & Western Industries, John T. Soja, Klaas Hendricks, Bob Woods, Casimer Krystkowich
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1968 Ken Benson, Radio Corporation P/L
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ASTOR Radio Corporation Monthly Technical Newsletter/Advisory
Topics: ASTOR, Television Repair, Radio Repair, Whitegoods Rep[air
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Jun 1, 1968 Glendale Chamber Of Commerce
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Glendale Chamber Of Commerce "Progress" Newsletter 1968-06
Topics: Glendale California, Glenn W. Landes, Mayon Kenneth Stephens
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Dec 1, 1972 American Safety Corporation
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American Safety Corporation newsletter — On The Safe Side v1n2 1972-12
Topics: American Safety Corporation, corporate newsletter, seat belts, RocketJet, Rocket Jet, American...
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1973 Digital Equipment Corporation
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Digital Equipment Corporation EDU Newsletter Issue Number 9. Fall 1973. Includes some additional inserts/mailings. From the David H. Ahl Collection.
Topics: Digital, DEC, EDU, AHL, BASIC
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1973 Digital Equipment Corporation
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Digital Equipment Corporation EDU Newsletter Issue Number 8. Circa Summer 1973. From the David H. Ahl Collection.
Topics: Digital, DEC, EDU, AHL, BASIC
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1973 Digital Equipment Corporation
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Digital Equipment Corporation EDU Newsletter Issue Number 10. Winter 1973-1974. Announces 101 BASIC Computer Games. From the David H. Ahl Collection.
Topics: Digital, DEC, EDU, AHL, BASIC
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1974 Digital Equipment Corporation
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Digital Equipment Corporation EDU Newsletter Issue Number 12. From the David H. Ahl Collection.
Topics: Digital, DEC, EDU, AHL, BASIC
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1974 Digital Equipment Corporation
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Digital Equipment Corporation EDU Newsletter Issue Number 11. Spring 1974. From the David H. Ahl Collection.
Topics: Digital, DEC, EDU, AHL, BASIC
The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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1975 HP
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Newsletter for HP-65 users, from HP Switzerland. 8 pages.
Topics: hp-65, hp calculator, rpn, calculator
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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Jul 1, 1976 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This was issue #0, which was the complimentary...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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Sep 1, 1976 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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Nov 1, 1976 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This was the second proper issue, which was...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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1977 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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Mar 1, 1977 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This was issue #4, which was produced in March...
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The Homebrew Computer Club Newsletter  was one of the most influential forces in the formation of the culture of Silicon Valley. Created and edited by its members, it initiated the idea of the Personal Computer, and helped its members build the original kit computers, like the Altair. One such influential event was the publication of Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists, which lambasted the early hackers of the time for pirating commercial software programs. The first issue of the newsletter...
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May 1, 1977 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. There is some text cut off on page 2 and 10....
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Jul 1, 1977 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. There is some text cut off on page 7. This was...
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Jul 1, 1977 Hobby Computer Club
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Hobby Computer Club newsletter, issue 1 reprint
Topic: retrocomputing
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Nov 1, 1977 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This release combined Issue #7 from September...
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Mar 1, 1978 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This release combined Issue #9 from January...
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May 1, 1978 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
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May 1, 1978 North Star Computers
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This is a newsletter for North Star Computers, a microcomputer company active in the late '70s. The newsletter lists various software products they produced, as well a complete list of third party software vendors and dealers.
Topics: North Star Computers, S-100, CP/M, microcomputer, software
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Jun 1, 1978 ARESCO
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Volume 1, issue #1 of VIPER, a newsletter for users of the COSMAC VIP microcomputer.
Topic: computer newsletter
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Oct 1, 1978 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.1
Topics: unix, auug
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Dec 1, 1978 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.2
Topics: Unix, AUUG
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1979 Commodore Business Machines
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This is issue 8 of volume 1 of the Commodore PET Users Club Newsletter.
Topics: Commodore, Commodore PET, newsletter
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1979 Commodore Business Machines
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This was the second issue of the first volume of the Commodore Pet Users Club newsletter.
Topics: Commodore, Commodore PET, newsletter
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1979 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
Topics: MOS Technologies, 6502, KIM-1, newsletter
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1979 Atari
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Atari 400/800 News Bits tips flyer produced by Atari in 1979. (It's just one side of one page.)
Topics: Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari News Bits, Atari NewsBits, Atari computers, Atari BASIC,...
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1979 Commodore Business Machines
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This was issue 4 and issue 5 of volume 1 of the Commodore PET Users Club newsletter.
Topics: Commodore, Commodore PET, newsletter
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1979 John C. Dvorak Software Review
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John C. Dvorak is a well known commentator and columnist on the personal computer. In the industry's early days, he ran a newsletter that reviewed and sold software for CP/M and S-100 systems, often working closely with vendors like North Star . Dvorak is the nephew of keyboard inventor August Dvorak. This is a collection of his newsletters, spanning early 1979 to mid 1980.
Topics: software, CP/M, S-100, North Star computers
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1979 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
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1979 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
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1979 Commodore Business Machines
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This is issue 7 of volume 1 of the Commodore Pet Users Club.
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1979 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers. This was Issue #12, the last issue referred to...
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1979 Atari
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Atari 400/800 News Bits errata flyer produced by Atari in 1979. (Yes, page 3 is absolutely blank.)
Topics: Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari News Bits, Atari NewsBits, Atari computers
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
1979 Eric C. Rehnke
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The "6502 User Notes" (AKA the KIM-1 User Notes)  newsletter was dedicated to programming on the 6502 microprocessor, created by MOS Technologies. The newsletter was sometimes referred to as the KIM-1 User Notes because the KIM-1 was the very first computer to use the 6502 microprocessor. The 6502 went on to be used in plenty of microcomputers after that point, including the Commodore PET, Commodore VIC-20, Apple II, and other computers.
Topics: 6502, KIM-1, newsletter, MOS Technologies
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Feb 1, 1979 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.3
Topics: Unix, AUUG
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Apr 1, 1979 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.4
Topics: Unix, AUUG
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Jun 1, 1979 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.5
Topics: Unix, AUUG
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Aug 1, 1979 Australian Unix Users Group
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AUUG Newsletter V01.6
Topics: Unix, AUUG