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Besides the glossy magazines, stacks of photocopied, hand-printed and distributed newsletters brought information and insight to computer users.



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Commodore Users Group of Saskatchewan
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The Keyboard, Kids, and Krud is a 32-minute tutorial video in which CUGS member Ken Danylczuk demonstrates how to disassemble and clean a Commodore 64 keyboard. The video was shot at Miller Comprehensive High School in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1992.
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447. It is believed that the group itself began as a regular meeting of Commodore PET enthusiasts as far back as 1978. The earliest known naming of the group is documented in a 1983 issue of Compute! Gazette as the Astoria Commodore Users Group.In the early 90s, the...
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