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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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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by BBC/ACORN Computer User Group, New Zealand
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BEEBLET Newsletters from the BBC/ACORN Computer User Group, New Zealand. Newsletters full of reviews, program listings, hints, tricks, etc. for the BBC Acorn computer. Series not complete, v3-05 and v1-5 have been updated and further issues added 10/5/21 Original scans or photographs by John Penney.
Topics: BBC, Acorn, Beeblet, NZ
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Computer Users' Group Registration Form and Cover Letter
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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How To Start an Atari Computer Users Group draft 1
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Dealer News 1986-06-25
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Business Computer Center Price List 1988-11-01
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Gudorf & Sons Data Etc newsletter 1982-07
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari XE Software Listing
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Dealer News 1986-10-20
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Cin'Tari Online Magazine v7n1 1989-01-14
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Dealer News 1986-02-15
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Dealer News 1987-03 (incomplete)
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Gudorf & Sons Data Etc newsletter 1982-11
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari NEOchrome flyer 1985
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bay Area Atari Users Group
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Atari Ad Slicks, Line Art, Radio Scripts 1983-07-13
Topic: Atari 8-bit
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Bill Harmer
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Newsletter for Timex/Sinclair users.
Topics: Timex/Sinclair 1000, Timex/Sinclair 2068, Timex/Sinclair 1500, Sinclair ZX81, Sinclair ZX80
The Magic Jack-O-Lantern By Bill Loos (L&M Software) 1987 This program is for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a video game/computer system released by Bally in 1978. An orange jack-o-lantern is drawn on the screen.  The eyes move and some sound effects play.  The program only runs for about 13 seconds and then repeats, therefore it to run three times in this video. This video doesn't have any background, an overview or opening and closing credits.  Maybe I'll make an overview of this program...
Topics: BallyAlley, Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video...
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Bob Fabris compiled these 21 examples of programs running on the Bally Arcade onto video in 1980. The video is roughly edited (it would probably be considered fairly edited for its time). It is shown here as Bob originally showed it at (I think) a computer show in 1980. The video's pace is slow, but worth watching, as it shows what Bob believed to be top-notch (mostly) BASIC programs that would promote the Bally Arcade and his Arcadian newsletter (where many of these programs were first...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, AstroBASIC, Bally...
The "Arcadian" was a newsletter for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a game console first sold in September 1977, but not delivered until January 1978.  The "Arcadian" was edited and published by Robert Fabris in San Jose, California from November 6, 1978 until August 15, 1986 (though there are a few one or two page "pre-cursor" newsletters). These are Nate Reeder's color scans made in September 2021 of Arcadian newsletters for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade from a...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Bally BASIC,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, disk, perfect, kugel, boston, software, boskug, program, wordstar, dbase, perfect writer,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: file, wordstar, disk, datastar, kaypro, boskug, command, bbs, supersort, boston, boston kugel,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, file, program, kugel, disk, boston, submit, software, boskug, programs, boston kugel,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: bcs, boskug, boston, kaypro, program, kugel, users, computer, modem, wordstar, boston kugel, public...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, program, kugel, software, boskug, programs, disk, boston, wordstar, file, boston kugel,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: dos, kaypro, bcs, boskug, disk, programs, boston, kugel, mac, drive, hard disk, boston kugel, root...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: program, kugel, boskug, files, boston, wordstar, file, maasai, jetfind, software, boston kugel,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, perfect, boskug, programs, software, boston, calc, disk, program, disks, perfect calc,...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, boskug, sig, kugel, boston, software, computer, domain, wordstar, denny, public domain, sig...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, perfect, boskug, boston, smartkey, program, disk, command, software, writer, perfect...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: bcs, boskug, kaypro, boston, computer, kugel, programs, users, program, dos, boston kugel, kugel...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: boskug, kaypro, filer, perfect, programs, boston, disk, program, sheepshead, commands, perfect...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: kaypro, program, software, boston, file, kugel, boskug, disk, data, mhz, boston kugel, data...
The Boston Kugel
by Boston Computer Society
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Topics: memory, disk, programs, kugel, expanded, kaypro, boston, command, printer, boskug, boston kugel,...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Brad Arnold, Randy Kindig, Kay Savetz
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ANTIC Episode 74 - Name Wars In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast… Kevin (er... Kay) and Randy have a name fight and, as usual, we bring you all the Atari 8-bit news that’s fit to print. What We’ve Been Up To Atari Party Dec 19 -   https://www.facebook.com/groups/281252672436874   Kay’s 2020 Post-Mortem -   https://www.patreon.com/posts/2020-post-mortem-45658000   Retrotink zero-latency HDMI converter -   https://www.retrotink.com/product-page/2x-mini   Sid...
Topics: Atari podcast, Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari 1200XL, Atari XE, Atari XL
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This twelfth issue was released in March of 1996.
Topics: C Hacking, C=Hacking, C= Hacking, commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This eleventh issue was released in December of 1995. It is notable as the original editor Craig Taylor had stepped down. The...
Topics: commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128, C Hacking, C= Hacking, C=Hacking
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This fourteenth issue was released in November of 1996.
Topics: C= Hacking, C Hacking, C=Hacking, commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128
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by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This thirteenth issue was released in July of 1996.
Topics: commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128, C= Hacking, C=Hacking, C Hacking
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by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This fifteenth issue was released in April 1998.
Topics: C= Hacking, C=Hacking, C Hacking, commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128
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by Brain Innovations Inc.
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The "C= Hacking" newsletter (also known as "C Hacking") was a newsletter that began production in 1992. The main purpose of this newsletter was to show odd programming quirks and tricks on the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 computers. The name of the newsletter uses the 'C' and '=' sign to form the famous "chicken-head" Commodore logo. This sixteenth issue was released in April 26, 1998.
Topics: C= Hacking, C=Hacking, C Hacking, commodore, commodore 64, commodore 128
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Broderbund Software, Inc.
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Broderbund Newsletter, Winter, 1986, Volume Two, Number One.
Topics: Broderbund, Newsletter, Atari, Apple, Commodore, IBM, Amiga, Macintosh
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Broderbund Software, Inc.
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Broderbund Newsletter, Summer 1986, Volume 2, Number 3
Topics: Summer, 1986
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Broderbund Software, Inc.
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Broderbund Newsletter. Fall 1985, Volume 1, Number 1
Topics: Broderbund, Newsletter, Fall, 1985, Apple, Atari, Print, Shop, Commodore, Lode, Runner, Bank,...
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by Broderbund Software, Inc.
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Broderbund Newsletter, Winter/Spring 1988, Volume 4, Number 1
Topics: Winter, Spring, 1988, Broderbund, Newsletter, Carmen
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Broderbund Software, Inc.
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Broderbund Newsletter, Spring, 1986, Volume 2, Number 2
Topics: Atari, Commodore, Broderbund, Newsletter, Spring, 1986
Computer Cross By Bruce Brigden Arcadian 7, no. 4 (Aug. 15, 1986): 57-58. Blue Ram BASIC Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC. Nice graphics with hymns.  Uses Blue Ram BASIC's PLAY command. Arcadian 7, no. 4 (Aug. 15, 1986): 57-58. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...