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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers

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



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Atari Online News, Etc. (A-ONE)
Atari Online News, Etc. (A-ONE)
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909
ITEMS
28,224
VIEWS
by Dana P. Jacobson
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Atari Online News, Etc. was an electronic text newsletter covering the Atari ST that launched in May 1999 by Dana P. Jacobson and Joe Mirando who previously contributed to the STReport newsletter. It ran for almost 1000 issues until finally closing at the end of 2016 with a promise of a transition to HTML that seemingly never came.
Atari Owners' Club Bulletin
Atari Owners' Club Bulletin
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28
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8,006
VIEWS
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The Atari Owners Club Bulletin is a UK publication that looks like it was started by a company called Ingersoll Electronics and later picked up officially by Atari.
Color Micro Journal
Color Micro Journal
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4
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2,859
VIEWS
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Color Micro Journal was a magazine in newspaper format publishing from September 1983 and spun off from '68 Micro Journal.
Commodore Mail Link Newsletter
Commodore Mail Link Newsletter
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112
ITEMS
1,737
VIEWS
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Commodore Mail Link (sometimes titled as 'Commodore Mailink') was a newsletter produced by the user group 'Meeting 64/128 Users Through the Mail'. It was produced out of St. Joseph, IL. It is believed to have lasted from 1986 to 2009
Topics: Commodore, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, newsletter, user group
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Current Notes: The Newsletter of the Washington Area Computer Enthusiasts
Dragon User
Dragon User
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69
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13,999
VIEWS
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Dragon User was a British magazine for users of the Dragon 32/64 computers published from 1982 by Sunshine Publications. Production of the computers themselves had ceased by 1985 but the user community remained sufficiently active to justify the magazine's continuation until 1989. From its launch until June 1986, Dragon User appeared on the shelves of major newsagents such as WHSmith in a full-colour glossy picture cover. A number of different editors were involved during this initial period,...
Eight Bit Boosters
Eight Bit Boosters
collection
16
ITEMS
3,623
VIEWS
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Scans of these newsletters were provided by Bombjack.
FOGHORN Newsletter
FOGHORN Newsletter
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16
ITEMS
204
VIEWS
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FOGHORN (The Newsletter of the Obsorne User Group).
Geoworld Magazine
Geoworld Magazine
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15
ITEMS
6,876
VIEWS
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GeoWorld Magazine billed itself as the "definitive magazine about GEOS". It was published in the late 1980s to early 1990s.
HP Journal
HP Journal
collection
956
ITEMS
246,468
VIEWS
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The Hewlett-Packard Journal has been documenting HP's technologies and achievements since 1949. The HP Journal has been available on the World Wide Web since early 1994. Now, the Journal offers more functionality with articles created in Adobe Acrobat and a useful search engine for looking up topics within articles.
I/O Connector
I/O Connector
collection
45
ITEMS
559
VIEWS
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The newsletter of the San Diego Atari Computer Enthusiasts.
Jersey Atari Computer Group
Jersey Atari Computer Group
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90
ITEMS
1,367
VIEWS
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Newsletters and related papers of the Jersey Atari Computer Group.
La Pomme Illustree
La Pomme Illustree
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20
ITEMS
5,128
VIEWS
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La Pomme Illustrée is a French magazine on paper that has been distributed from 1990 to 1995. Azébulon, Doume and Nibble were the creators of such a fantastic magazine.
LoadStar Letter
LoadStar Letter
collection
74
ITEMS
28,263
VIEWS
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Loadstar (ISSN 0886-4144) was a disk magazine for the Commodore 64 computer, published starting in 1984. It derived its name from the command commonly used to execute commercial software from a Commodore 1541 disk: LOAD "*",8,1, with inspiration from the word "lodestar". Loadstar was launched as a sister publication of Softdisk, based in Shreveport, Louisiana. It was the second platform for which Softdisk produced a disk magazine, after the Apple II. At the time, the...
Miscellaneous Newsletters
Miscellaneous Newsletters
collection
43
ITEMS
12,473
VIEWS
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Miscellaneous computer and technology-related newsletters.
ST Report Online Magazine
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573
ITEMS
16,511
VIEWS
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Full issues of the online magazine ST Report for the Atari ST which evolved into Silicon Times Report in 1993 covering more microcomputer platforms and the industry itself.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, e-zine
Sourceror's Apprentice Magazine
Sourceror's Apprentice Magazine
collection
20
ITEMS
6,026
VIEWS
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The Sourceror's Apprentice is an American monthly magazine which lasted one year from January 1989 to January 1990. The magazine is the assembly language journal of Merlin programmers.
TRSTimes
TRSTimes
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48
ITEMS
18,721
VIEWS
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The first issue of TRSTimes was published in January 1988. Subscriptions to TRSTimes were always made on a full-year basis, with six issues published each year. This meant that Lance Wolstrup could make the decision to continue publishing on a year by year basis. Although aimed at the hobbyist, the articles in TRSTimes covered a wide range of topics. Unlike many magazines, there were no continuing columns, although Beat the Game by Daniel Myers appeared in most issues. But there were many...
The Computer Journal
The Computer Journal
collection
82
ITEMS
80,424
VIEWS
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The Computer Journal, Supporting the Trailing Edge of Technology, was published from 1983 to 1998.
The Cuthbert Chronicles
The Cuthbert Chronicles
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1
ITEMS
651
VIEWS
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The Cuthbert Chronicles.
The FileMaker Report
The FileMaker Report
collection
44
ITEMS
2,218
VIEWS
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Description Forthcoming
The Village Green Newsletter
The Village Green Newsletter
collection
110
ITEMS
1,893
VIEWS
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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.
The Zero Page Newsletter
The Zero Page Newsletter
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46
ITEMS
872
VIEWS
collection

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The Zero Page was produced by a Commodore user group known as "Commodore Users of Wichita". The group began in November of 1993, in Wichita, Kansas, and they held their first meetings in the Mains & Services Division of the Wichita Water Department. Their regular meeting spot became 1411 South Oliver Street in the same city. The club is known to have existed into the year 2000. However, it is unknown how long the club remained together after that.
Various Acorn Newsletters
Various Acorn Newsletters
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14
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4,377
VIEWS
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A collection of user group and industry newsletters centered around the Acorn Computer. Acorn Computers Ltd. was a British computer company established in Cambridge, England, in 1978. The company produced a number of computers which were especially popular in the UK. These included the Acorn Electron, the BBC Micro and the Acorn Archimedes. Acorn's BBC Micro computer dominated the UK educational computer market during the 1980s It is more known for its BBC Micro model B computer than for its...
Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine
Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine
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147
ITEMS
5,169
VIEWS
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Full issues of Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine for the Atari ST.