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Greater ni chuand Atari 
Support Program 






G. R.A.S.P. 


GAZETTE JULY ’37 


PAGE 2 


G . R.A.S. P. GAZETTE 
(Greater Richmond Atari Support 
Program) 


G. R.A.S.P. is an independent Atari 
users group not affiliated in any way with 
ATARI , INC. or TRAM I EL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

The opinions expressed in this 
newsletter are those of the individual 
author(s) and do not necessarily reflect 
those of G. R.A.S.P., its officers or 
members. The Editor reserves the right to 
edit any material submitted for 
pub I i cat ion. 

Unless specifically noted otherwise, 
other user groups are we 1 come to reprint 
articles from this newsletter as long as 
credit is given to its author and 
G . R . A . S . P . 

Please send all correspondence and 
news letter for exchange to : 

Editor 
G . R . A. S . P, 

1420 Yale Ave. 

Richmond, Va. 23224 
GEnie: TOMMARVIN. 


G. R.A.S.P. Officers: 

All (804) 


President: 

Mickey Angel 1 744-6201 

(Jack Richford) 270-2177 

Vice President: 

Farley Barge....... 379-1935 

(Katht McCall) 271-0005 

Secretary/Treasurer : 

Dan Grenoble 271-0205 

Pub lie Re 1 at ions ; 

Jack Richford 270-2177 

(Royce Overton).. 262-8452 

Newsletter Editor: 

Tom Marvin.... .,233-6155 

Program Chairman: 

Frank Leveque 266-8487 

Commercial Librarian: 

Dave Jones 740-7823 

Public Domain Librarian [8 Bit]: 

North of the James 

Bill Rhodenhi ser 

(Vivian Cook) 359-0928 

South of the James 

Carl Dean 

(Mickey Angel) 744-3307 


North & South [16 Bit]: 


( 


Tom Marvin 

)=Qutgolng Officers 


233-6155 


Membership: 

Membership in G. R.A.S.P. is open to all 
persons interested in the Atari computer. 
Semi-annual dues of $10.00 are payable 


January 1 and July 1 of the year or annual 
dues of $18.00 are payable for 1 full year 
at any time. 

Membership will include 11 monthly 
issues of the G. R.A.S.P. GAZETTE, no 
January issue and access to the Public 
Domain and Commercial libraries, group 
purchased, club discounts at participation 
retailers, and participation in drawings. 

Meetings : 

Meetings are held the second and fourth 
Thursday of each month from 7 :00~09 :00p. m. 
at the Boys Club of Richmond. Any and all 
persons interested in Atari computers are 
we 1 come ! 


ED I TORS ’S CLIPBOARD 


Our meeting at Lyndale Baptist Church on 
Thur. 6/25 was a real surprise to me for we 
had one of our largest turnouts for quite 
some time, and in the summer months, this 
isn’t bad. ’Mickey was elected president for 
Jack said he’d step aside for "new blood". 
Thank you Jack, for al 1 your support for 
the last 12 months. I believe Mickey has 
some new ideas and we should be hearing o' 
them real soon. Farley is now our V.Pres.v^, 
Kathi pulled out at the last minute. Kathi, 
what can I say, it is you and you alone 

that helped keep this club together in 
Jack’s absence. The entire club thanks you 
and realizes the hard work you put forth 
for many months. The Sec./Tre, remains the 
same, Mr. Dan Grenoble. The editor is the 
same, me (for 1 more year that is). 
Commercial Librarian is the same, Dave 
Jones. Jack steped down from Pres, to take 
over Public Relations. Royce said he had to 
give that post up. Is this where all past 
presidents wind up? Mickey continues to run 
the GRASP BBS board. Give him a call at 
744-8022. Vivian has gotten a ST and wanted 
to give up the 8-bit North job so Bill 
Rhodenhiser steps in. Carl Dean for 8-bit 
South is also new to any duties of the 
club. 1 took over ST Pub. Dorn, and will 

publish an active listing in the newsletter 
hopefully every month. Our new officers 
will take over at our next meeting, July 
9. 

That's the line up folks, and it looks likr 
a good. one. The club is still strong wit 
about 75 members and slowly growing. Ue’re 
not a giant club, yet not a teeny-weeny one 
either, our strength remains constant and 
devoted. Tom Marvin. 


G.R.A.S.P, GAZETTE JULY 1 87 


PAGE 3 


From GEnie, 6/15/87 

Here are some often asked questions, and 
their answers about Atari products 
courtesy of Hell Harris of the Atari 
Jorporation. . 

Q- : When will the new products be 

shipping? 

A: The XEP-80 and the SX212 (80-column 
for 8-blt and the new modem, respectively) 
will begin manufacturing any moment now 
for delivery around the end of June. The 
Mega ST 2 and Mega ST 4 are already on the 
way to Europe and are scheduled for North 
American delivery in early July. The Atari 
PC is also due in early July. 

Q - 1 What about the blitter chip upgrade? 
A: It should be available for current ST 
owners around September. It will cost 
around 4120. The final form of the upgrade 
is not yet set -- it may involve a board 
swap rather than an add-on. 

Q: What about PC emulators for the ST? 

A; Both Atari's own software emulator and 
one called PC-Ditto should be released 
during the summer. A hardware emulator is 
still in the works for later on. 

: When will new ROMs be available for 
the ST and what changes are included? 

A : The ROMs are done and have gone into 
production. Availability as a separate 
item may take a while, though -- we need 
ROMs for the Mega ST. These ROMs support 
the hardware blitter (optional) and fix 
some TOS problems, like the infamous 
underline bug and the RS232 handshaking. 
Parts of the system have been sped up, 
like character output. A list of exact 
changes will be posted shortly. 

Q: What's happening with the 8-bit 

emu 1 ator? 

A; The author finally agreed to release 
the source code to the public domain, so 
Atari will allow him to distribute it 
along with our ROM code. Now we want to 
see you hackers out there work to speed it 
up -- at the moment it is only 1/4 the 
speed of an 8-bit. 

Q: What else is new at Atari? 

\: On the business side things are great, 
-e just announced a 2-for-l stock split, 
effective next week. New TV commercials 
have been produced for the ST (yay!) and 
the video games. We are also working on 
campaigns to support MIDI music and 
desktop publishing. 


LAWS OF COMPUTING 

From Bytown Bytes 

When you get to the point where you really 
understand your computer system, It’s 
probably obsolete. 

As soon as you find that your microcomputer 
is easy to use, add some peripherals you 
don’t understand how to use. 

Whatever happens, behave like you meant it 
to happen. 

Experience is something you don't get until 
Just after you need it the most. 

The time it takes to fix the error in your 
spreadsheet is inversely proportional to 
the time it took to do the damage in the 
first place. 

People always remember the last mistake you 
made . 

He who hesitates is probably smart. 

The less a computer peripheral costs, the 
more it costs to fix. 

Confidence is the feeling you get just 
before you fully understand the problem. 

It’s only when you need to knock on wood 
when you realize that the whole world is 
made up of aluminum and plastic. 

You always find the information that you 
need on the page of the manual you look at 
I east. 

The first place to look for information is 
in the section you least expect to find 
it. 

You know you have a REAL crisis on your 
hands when you can't say "lets forget the 
whole thing". 


A ATARI 

Power Without the Price ™ 


G.R.A.S.P, GAZETTE JULY ' 67 


PAGE 4 


PJJinertajrJjjm FJ_x 

by Dave Jones, GRASP Member 

This program fixes the problem in 
booting Atari Planetarium in 1050 disk 
drives that have the ICD US Doubters 
installed. If possible, check for the 
proper operation of the original disk in a 
standard 1050 before making 

modifications. 

10 REM PLANETARIUM FIX - US DOUBLER 

11 REM 4/30/87 GRASP - RICHMOND, VA. 

12 PRINT SPRINT "NOTE THAT THIS PROGRAM 
WILL MAKE A" 

13 PRINT "PERMANENT CHANGE TO YOUR 
PLANETARIUM" 

14 PRINT "DISK ! " 

15 PRINT SPRINT "NOTCH SIDE ONE OF THE 
PLANETARIUM" 

16 PRINT "DISK AND INSERT INTO 1050 DRIVE 
1" 

17 POKE 769, Is POKE 770, 82 sPOKE 773,6 

18 POKE 772, 128:PQKE 778,7:P0KE 779,0 

19 POKE 1531, 104:POKE 1532,32 

20 POKE 1533, 83s POKE 1534,228 

21 POKE 1535,96 

22 GOSUB 37 

23 POKE 770,87 

24 A=PEEK(1697) : B=PEEK( 1702) 

25 IF A*32 AND B=96 THEN 29 

26 IF B=32 AND A=96 THEN 33 

27 PRINT SPRINT "NOT PROPER PLANETARIUM 
DISK ! " 

28 END 

29 PRINT SPRINT "CREATING FIX" 

30 GOSUB 37 

31 PRINT SPRINT "DONE !" 

32 END 

33 PRINT SPRINT "RESTORING TO ORIGINAL" 

34 GOSUB 37 

35 PRINT SPRINT "ORIGINAL RESTORED !" 

36 END 

37 PRINT SPRINT " PUSH START TO CONTINUE" 

38 IF PEEK (53279) 06 THEN 38 

39 POKE 1697, B : POKE 1702, A 

40 X=USR( 1531 ) 

41 IF PEEKC771 ) =1 THEN RETURN 

42 PRINT SPRINT "DISK ERROR "; PEEK (771) 


(3d^THEASTERN 
V ) MARINE inc 

FRANK LEVEQUE 

3819 WILLIAMSBURG ROAD (804) 226-1111 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 23231 (804) 226-0144 


ATARI NEWS June *87 
Compiled by John Nagy 
from Michigan Atari Magazine 

8-BIT EMULATOR FOR THE ST TO BE RELEASED- 
With ATARI’S APPROVAL! Hot news! DAREK 
MIHOCKA has been given the green light for 
publ ishing and distributing his "ST 
TRANSFORMER", 

ATARI is making big strides on GEnie, a 
telecomputing service similar to 
CompuServe. Nell Harris and others from 
ATARI make appearances regularly in the 
message bases and sometimes in weekly 
ROUNDTABLE open discussions, ATARI users 
are Invited to get an #18 saving on normal 
registration on GEnie (but NO MANUAL) by 
calling 1-800-638-8369 (with their modem), 
and entering HHH upon connection. At the 
U#= prompt, enter XJMi 1887, ATAR I and press 
return. (The voice number we gave you 
before got you to people who usually didn’t 
know or wouldn’t tell you about the ATARI 
offer ! ) 

REMEMBER ZMAG? CompuServe users may have to 
either REMEMBER or else look elsewhere, 
because RON KOVACS, editor of the popular 
free weekly online magazine, MAY no longer 
be using COMPUSERVE in his distribution to 
over 200 ATARI BBS’s worldwide. On the 
other hand, ZMAG MAY soon be featured 
bigger than EVER on CIS. HUH? Sysops at the 
ATARI SIG on CIS have repeatedly objected 
to items in ZMAG, including coverage of the 
8-bit emulator. Then, Ron got demands to 
edit out any references to GEnie and 
ATARI'S involvement there. The last straw 
came when Ron tried to include information 
about other places ZMAG Is available and 
COMPUSERVE refused to post it. Business may 
be business, but Ron says that it’s NOT 
NEWS if It’s censored, so BYE BYE CIS. Now, 
ATARI SIG manager RON LUKS is apologizing 
to Ron and trying to offer Ron a reason to 
stay. Now what? Film at 11. ZMAG continues 
on GEnie, DELPHI, and other services. You 
can call Ron’s BBS system to find your 
nearest ZMAG outlet (or to become one!) at 
201-968-8148 (NEW JERSEY). 


JULY MEETINGS: 

i: -M." - i 

ON JULY 9 AND 23 AT LYNDALE BAPTISH 
CHURCH - 8320 HULL ST. ! ! ! 


G.R.A.S.P. GAZETTE JULY ' 97 


PAGE 5 


Star Trek Preview 

By Steve Dunphy RI ACE Reporter 

from MICHIGAN ATARI MAGAZINE 6/87 

I have just witnessed the most 
incredible, relistic space game for the 
ST! It is called Star Trek and it is put 
out by Simon and Shuster. It must have 
been a beta test version because when I 
called simon and Shuster to ask them about 
it, because I wanted to order it, they 
didn’t know anything about it! Strange! 
Here is the ultimate space game for all 
Trekkies in the Universe with ST’s and 
they don’t even know about it. Maybe it is 
being done by an out-of-house software 
designer and will be distributed by Simon 
and Shuster, Well, after they see the 
fever that this review will cause, they 
definitely will take credit for it.!!! 
Star Trek opens with a digitized "Space 
the final frontier..." right off the sound 
track of the TV series. It sound real good 
to my pointed ears! Next thing you know 
the theme is being played in non digitized 
sound. It finishes loading and you see a 
screen with the picture of the 
Enterprise’s bridge with Capt, Kirk, Sulu, 
'—Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, Checkov and 
,hura at t at their respective stations. 
Now if that is not enough to drive a 
trekkle nuts then what I saw next will. It 
is entirely mouse driven and you click on 
each individual to get to his functions. 
Spock for star chart info, and damage 
report, Sulu to set the course and put the 
ship in orbit, Checkov for battle 
stations, Uhura for communications 
reports, Scotty for Warp and Impulse drive 
stats and Dr. McCoy for the health status 

of your bridge command. Capt. Krik has the 
final commands of affirming warp out and 
transporting down to a planet. 

The game plays alot like Sundog and Star 
Raiders rolled up into one. First thing 
you do is find a system on Sulu’s star 
chart. It has a listing of the stars and 
when you click each one on it tells you 
where it is located and how long it will 
take to get there. You click on set course 
and the line between the middle dot which 
is representing the Enterprise and the 
star turns green. Next you go to Sulu’s 
icon and click on the warp drive Indicator 
o a selected warp speed. You then click 
on Capt. Kirk and you warp out to your 
destination. Don’t go faster than Warp 
speed 9 because Scotty will come on and 
warn you that "we’ll blow up any minute 
now if ya keep dls up Captin" in a clear 
digitized voice that had me stunned, the 


click sound you hear next will be an 
indicator that you have arrived at the 
system. 

N ext you have to choose the icon in Sulu’s 
console that looks like a solar system. 
Click on Spock and he will show info, on 
the screen that will tell you if the system 
is Independent, Kllngon, Romulon or 
Federation. Also click on the icon 
representing the planets on the solar 
system screen and you will see what type it 
is. Some serve no known purpose to this 
author (hopefully they actually do, since 
many have some pretty neat titles, like 
leeclng planet and robot fortress). Others 
have functions like a repair drone, energy 
station and inhabited planets. You can beam 
down to the Inhabited planets. 

So set your orbit for a selected planet 
and click on the impulse engines. You will 
see your ship icon going around the solar 
chart with a dotted line to the preselected 
planet. Once you reach the planet Mr. Sulu 
comes on in a digitized voice saying "Now 
in orbit Sir". Sometimes you hear the 
communications whistle when you enter 
orbit. Click on Uhura and she will receive 
the message. This message is useful to the 
playing of the game, If the planet is 
inhabitable you can beam down. Click on 
Capt. Krik and the transporter box will be 
shown. Click on the box and you will see 
all seven crew members faces along with the 
round transporter base. Click on each face 
you want to beam down and the click on the 
transporter. You will be greeted by 
digitized sound in the form of the actual 
transporter sound from the TV series. 
Neato ! ! 

Next you will be on the planet and will 
have something to get or discover there. 
When you meet an obstacle click on your 
crew and see if you want to take their 
advice. Sometimes it will end in hurting 
your party and you will have to beam back 
up. When this happens click on McCoy’s icon 
and you will see each person represented by 
their faces and a health bar underneath 
them indicating how fast they are healing. 

I never saw a member of the crew die, but I 
wouldn’t rule it out. If you find something 
beam it up and put it in storage aboard the 
Enterprise. It will come In handy as you 
comb the galaxy. 

Next warp out and find another star 
system to visit. But watch out for 
Kllngons, Romulans and rebel ships, they 
will attack you. If they do you will hear 
"Battle stations" and the werp-werp claxon 
digitized sound with Kirk’s voice. 

(Cont, page 6) 


G. R. A . S, F. GAZETTE 


JULY '67 


PAGE 6 


(Cont. from previous page) 

Click on Checkov and activate the phasers 
or photon torpedoes. Go to the round 
tactical grid and click on the yellow ship 
indicators. You will then see a vector 
drawn Klingon, Romulan, or rebel starship. 
Hold the mouse button over it and you will 
hear Checkov say " lacked on target sir" 
bring the mouse back and click on one of 
the squares in each corner and you will 
see either a phaser or photon torpedo 
fired at your adversaries. You even hear 
it firing in digitized sound like you 
heard it on TV! This is most impressive 
and if you destroy the Klingon Ship, 
Scotty comes on and says "Gut * im 
Captin'"!!! This blew my socks off! If you 
win you can continue to search the galaxy. 
If you lose you will see Mr, Spook's face 
on the screen with his digitized voice 
razzing you with "J never did understand 
humans . . , " , 

A Ji in all the game is by far the 
ultimate space game for any computer!! It 
has action, excellent graphics, completely 
mouse controlled, digitized sound that 
will make you feel like you are there on 
the Enterprise's bridge and game play to 
make it the best selling game for any 
computer. If Simon and Shuster holds this 
back they are crazy!!!! Its worth $100. 
And I ain't one to pay more that $30 
dollars for a program. It has a load and 
save option so you can save your current 
game and play it later (you can only save 
one game though), The one thing lacking 
(and it will come with the manual and the 
released program l am sure) is the object 
of the game. 1 assumed from messages and 
game play that your mission is to put down 
the rebellion and defeat the Klingon 
invasion. You would be wise to document 
all the star systems and make it a point 
to record what each planet has on it and 
record where repair drone stations and 
energy stations are. 

w hen Star Trek is released BUY IT! It is 
the ULTIMATE, Best space game there Is for 
any computer. It MAY even be supported 
with more galaxy disks. It will be to the 
ST as Star Raiders was to the 800, People 
will buy an St just to play STAR TREK!!! 
(Star Trek is currently unreleased. The 
version I saw was probably a beta version. 
How this person got i t 1 do not know), I 
would urge all of you to buy this program! 
Please call Simon and Shuster and ask them 
to release Star Trek soon, Pre^order it!) 
(EDITOR'S NOTE: A later contact with S I MOM 
and SHUSTER has resulted in an admission 
that the game is INDEED in development, 


and Is pending final agreements with 
PARAMOUNT PICTURES, Release sou Id be 
sometime this fall!) 


ANTIC'S CES JUNE T 87 WRAP-UP 
SECOND ANNUAL ATARI ROAST 
BY NAT FRIEDLAND, ANTIC EDITOR 

Towards the end of the Consumer 
Electronics Show, we got our first look at 
some additional important ST software: 

Broderbund is jumping into the ST 
marketplace with Art Director and Film 
Director, a DEGAS-qua 1 i ty paint program 
that will be packaged together with an 
animation module for $79,95. This softwae, 
originally designed by the Hungarians who 
did ST Battlezone, is expected to ship in 
Aug, Fea thres include: rescale, stretch, 
distort, bend, bulge, spin, perspective, 
scro l 1 and spin. 

Not quite as far along is the St version 

of Broderbund’ s all-time bestseller, Print 
Shop. It is due this fall at $49.95 and 
will be similar to the sophisticated 
Macintosh version. Also coming from 
Broderbund this fall is the ST Karateka at 
$34.95, 

Timeworks Desktop Publisher this fall 
will join the company's ST word processor 
spreadsheet and database software. 

Spitfire 1940 is an St flight combat 
game coining from Avalon Hill this summer. 
We also picked up an 8-bit review copy of 
their Guderlan war game. 

And back at the bustling Atari booth, we 
got a look at Bentley Bear Goes To School - 
a new ST educational series programmed in 
Israel and featuring the lovable bruin from 
the Crystal Castle arcade game. Four titles 
for grades K-6 are to be marketed within 30 
days and there will eventually be some 20 
in the series. The animation in each title 
such as Magical Mathematics is of very high 
quality and the packages will sell for 
$19.95 apiece. 

This year Atari vice president Leonard 
Tramiel revealed that a 16-bit graphics 
workstation is in a fairly advanced stage 
of deve 1 opment , This would be compat ib l e 
with the ST but much more powerful. He said 
that any 32-bit multitasking computer would 
need to run Unix, but it was a problem 
deciding which competing version of Unix 
would be best. 

Marketing communications director Neil 
Harris stated that ST Word Perfiec, due in 
July, runs five times faster than the 
bestselling IBM version, 

(Cont. next page) 


G.R.A.S.P. GAZETTE JULY 1 87 


PAGE 7 


(Coni, from previous page) 

Harris explained that Atari’s top 
priority at this particular CES was to 
evitalize the 8-bit line by packaging a 
redesigned 65XE as a high-end game system, 
in direct competition with Nintendo and 
Sega, That’s why the Mega ST and the Atari 
Laser Printer were not displayed this 
time. According to Harris, the XE Game 
System was receiving an enthusiastic early 
response from mass-market purchasing 
agents. 

Here’s some additional details about 

the new Atari 8-bit disk drive and other 
Atari hardware. 

Essentially, the XF551 is an adaptation 
of the standard disk drive mechanism being 
used for Atari's IBM clone. The 360K, 
double-sided, D.D. 5-1/4 disk drive runs 
2,9 times faster than the Atari 1050 and 
is due in the stores this summer at a 
$199. 95 list-price. 

The XF551 can automatically adapt 
itself to today’s S.D. and enhanced 
density DOS disks. However, ADOS, the new 
OSS coming with the XF551 includes a tree 
structure allowing subdirectories, easy 
switching between menus or keyboard 
ommands, and a high degree of file 
ecovery safety. 

Bill Wilkinson of OSS says that ADOS 
will run on any Atar 1 -compat lb 1 e disk 
drive, from the old 810 to a 16Mb hard 
disk. Although 8Mb is the upper limit for 
efficient operation, a larger hard disk 
can be partitioned into several logical 
drives. DOS 2 and 2.5 files can be read 
into ADOS, but ADOS is not fully 
compat ib I e with the older operating 
systems. 

Along with the XF551, the Atari 
products announced in Jan. at the previous 
CES are now also scheduled for summer 
release. This impressive list includes the 
Mega ST in 1, 2 & 4 megabytes, a $1,500 
laser printer, the Atari PC clone, the 
$150 XE Game System version of the 65XE, 
the 80-column XEP80 display box and the 
1200-baud SX212 modem. 

By the way, Atari is going back to 
Chicago in three weeks, where it will show 
off the ST's MIDI power and become the 
first personal computer company ever to 
■exhibit at NAMM, the musical instrument 
idustry’s show. 


MUSIC SEQUENCER 

MIDIsof t Studio, a flexible, 

easy-to-use line between the St and any 


M I DI -equipped instrument, features fast 
real-time record, playback, overdub, rewind 
and fast-forward. It has 32 independently 
controlled polyphonic tracks and a capacity 
of more than 80,000 notes per song, and you 
can record or play from any point in the 

piece using autolocate. $99 Passport 

Designs, Inc. 625 Miramontes St. , Suite 
103, Half ' Moon Bay, CA 94019. 
(415)726-0280. FINAL. 


CH I LL , THEN SERVE W/ SILICON CHIPS 

FTL’ s Micro Cookbook has hundreds of 
recipes and a complete cooking database 
program that can search and retrieve 
recipes by ingredient, category and more. 
The program can give suggestions for 
leftovers or new entrees, and you can add 
your own recipes. 

Features include menu planning, portion 
sizing, calorie control and automatic 

preparation of shopping lists. - $49.95. 
FTL, 6160 Lusk Blvd., C-206, San Diego, CA 
92121. (619)453-5711. 


GRAPH I C ART I ST 1 . 52 

The new version of Graphic Artist 
provides a print queue and includes more 
printer and plotter drivers, as well as 
improved driver editors that let you 
support virtually any dot-matrix printer 
(including 24-pin printers, but excluding 
color printers printing in multiple 
colors), laser printers (except Postscript) 
and plotters. 

Also, the last mouse coordinates typed 
are displayed when new coordinates are 
typed in. 

Other features include improved pathname 
syntax checking, printing tips and more 
precise text margin alignments. - $199.95 
Progressive Computer Applications, Inc., 
2002 McAullffe Dr., Rockville, MD 20851. 
(301)340-8398. 


3 CLASSIC COURSES 

The Famous Course Disk: Volume 11 
features three of the most difficult 
courses In the world: Turnberry in 

Scotland, the Inerness Club in Ohio and 
Harbour Town in S. Carolina, for use with 
Accolade’s Mean 18 golf simulation. 
$19.95. Accolade, 20833 Stevens Creek 
Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014. 





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