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I'd love to see one for a 486dx-33. :o

 

crikey! If you take that to recycling you can free up some space for a nice Atari computer ;-)

But then three mirrors would be gone. ;) Besides, the two Atari 2600s have their own room along with all the other vintage computer stuff. :)

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The IP address changed on one of my cable modems.

 

This:

http://24.96.150.90/events/byte/index.html

 

is now this:

http://24.214.130.70/events/byte/index.html

Looks like my ISP is doing some work on their end. I've been having problems with one of the cable modems keeping sync for the last two weeks, and there's more IP address changes.

 

These are the correct addresses for my mirrors right now:

http://24.96.150.90/events/byte/index.html

http://24.96.150.75/events/byte/index.html

http://76.73.219.7/events/byte/index.html

 

I'll post updates here as I see the addresses change.

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BYTE Vol 07-03 1982-03 Printers - 532 Pages 352,800,678 bytes

 

BYTE Vol 07-03 from March 1982... I know what you are thinking.. Awesome! Finally a magazine covering dot matrix printers from 1982! Sadly, this covers so much more even though they only had 532 pages. The BYTE Arcade covers a few good games like Apple Panic, Missile Command, and Dino wars.. Reviews of the COBOL for the TRS-80 III, a Tutorial over the Atari 8-bit sound capability, and a toolbox for FORTH.

 

This is the stated quote of the month by the Wall Street Journal.

 

"By the end of the century, analysts predict, computers and information processing

will be the world 's biggest business after petroleum."

 

But I found this one very funny (look at page 439 of the PDF in the BYTElines):

 

"A report issued by Strategic Incorporated, a market research firm in San Jose, California, predicts Xerox

Corporation's Ethernet local area network will be a total failure within two years."

 

Good Call!

 

Features

Four New Products from Radio Shack

use Voice prints to Analyze Speech

The Atari Tutorial, Part 7: Sound

Build a Half-year Clock for the Color Computer.

The Input/Output Primer. Part 2: Interrupts and Direct Memory Access

A BASIC Plotting Subroutine. Sophisticated Plotting with Your MX-80

Modify Your Paper Tiger for Different Paper Thicknesses

Custom and Standardized Forms for the Microcomputer User

The Fill Forms System. CP/M Programs to Cut Down on Paperwork.

Lowercase Descenders for the Epson MX-70.

BYTE Printer Directory

The Computer Toolbox.

Skip Sequential: A New File Structure for Microcomputers

 

Reviews

Commodore 4022 Printer

Integral Data Systems' Prism Printer

BYTE's Arcade: Apple Panic by Gregg Williams; Missile Command by Stanley J. Wszola; Dino Wars

Graphics II by Selanar, High Resolution Hard Copy from a DECwriter

Base 2 Printer by Walter Jeffries

Text Editing with Compuview's VEDIT

Four Implementations of Pascal

Microsoft's BASIC Compiler for the TRS-8O

LOOS-Disk Operating System for the TRS-8O

COBOL for the TRS-8O Models 1/111

John Bell Engineering's Apple II Parallel Interface Board

 

Nucleus

Editorial: The Microprocessor's Tenth Birthday

Letters

Programming Ouickies: BASIC ; Formatted Printing; An Underline Filter for Matrix Printers; A Shape-Drawing Program for Diablo Printers; Finding Words That Sound Alike, The Soundex Algorithm

System Notes: Epson MX-BO Print-Control; Program for the Apple II; Add a Full-sized Keyboard to Sinclair's ZXBO; Add a Cassette Interface to Your VIC-20

Product Description: Tele-VIC. Commodore Breaks the 5100

Price Barrier for Modems

Books Received

BYTE's Bugs

BYTELINES

Clubs and Newsletters

Software Received

Ask BYTE

Event Oueue

BYTE's Bits

What's New?

Unclassified Ads

BOMB. BOMB Results

Reader Service

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 07-03 1982-03 Printers

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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I remember back on the Apple ][+ I had the Epson MX-80 F/T with GrafTrax III rom "upgrade" installed in it. It was cool. I was vaguely aware of how to access the individual pins, my programming interests lie elsewhere at the time. But it was great fun figuring out how to re-ink the cartridges, with fountain-pen ink, or perhaps disassembling a ball-point pen and diluting the ink with WD-40 and an alcohol water mix. Great times indeed!

 

I *DID* learn how to advance the paper forward by 1/213th of an inch reliably by pulsing the stepper motor. Or rather, locking some steps and pulsing the others to jump the locked step. More or less. And crudely, later on, I built a mod into the stepper motor controller to allow the page to advance with equal precision in reverse. Sometimes, if we wanted super precision we'd clip a weight onto the paper feeding into the printer (tractor feed), and that helped big time with the reverse feed function. Once that happened I knew I had a good thing going. I could then swap out a "refilled" cartridge for a RED and GREEN and BLUE ribbon. I didn't have access to CYAN/MAGENTA/YELLOW ink - remember, this colored ink came from ballpoint pens too! And now, I had a color printer! Very slick! It just took really long to do any graphics. But man we were hot shit!!

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These are the correct addresses for my mirrors right now:

http://24.96.150.90/events/byte/index.html

 

Oh, you have dynamic ip addresses? I'd rather not have to keep editing each time they change, so may I suggest perhaps setting up some dyndns names for your machines, as we can use them ?

They are dynamic, but they very rarely change (only every few years when the ISP is changing something on their back-end). That one cable modem hasn't properly synced in days now, so I'm going to have to have a technician come out and look at it, but the others are working perfectly and their addresses are the same as they have been for years.

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BYTE Vol 04-02 1979-02 Robot Arm - 236 Pages 149,945,300 bytes

 

BYTE Vol 07-03 from March 1982... Reading the "Designing a Robot from Nature" article you really get the feeling that humanoid robots may not be just around the corner but that we have a pretty good handle on what needs to be done. As per usual for me, the microprocessor article is a favorite - this particular case being part II covering the 6809. The forum on the eight queens puzzle has half a dozen interesting articles.

 

One interesting tidbits in the "BYTE News" - If I am not mistaken the first mention in BYTE about the Atari 8-bit computers is here:

 

ATARI'S NEW COMPUTERS. The recently announced Atari Model 400 and 800 personal computers are major

entries into the market. The 8K non-expandable 400 (suggested retail $500) sports a touch audio feedback keyboard

and a single read only memory cartridge slot, plus cassette IO. It also has 16 color graphics with eight luminance

levels (!) The 48K expandable 800 (suggested retail $1000 with 8K and cassette recorder) has additional color

features, full keyboard, 8K BASIC, high resolution graphics, two read only memory cartridge slots, and much more.

Both units use a modified 6502. Availability: August 1979 (limited quantities); full availability: Fall 1979.

More details next month.

 

Almost makes it sound like the 400 would have the CTIA while the 800 would have the GTIA :)

 

Foreground

USE YOUR TELEVISION SET AS A VIDEO MONITOR

THE ECLECTIC CARD READER

A STEPPING MOTOR PRIMER : Theory of Operation

FAST FOURIER FOR THE 6800

BUILD A COMPUTER CONTROLLED SECURITY SYSTEM FOR YOUR HOME

 

Background

DESIGNING A ROBOT FROM NATURE: Biological Considerations

A MICROPROCESSOR FOR THE REVOLUTION : The 6809

ANOTHER PLOTTER TO TOY WITH

ASSEMBLING THE ADM-3A

A HOBBYIST ROBOT ARM

APPROACHING GAME PROGRAM DESIGN

UNLIMITED PRECISION DIVISION

HAMMING ERROR CORRECTING CODE

FILES ON PARADE

 

Nucleus

In This BYTE

The Current State of Robotics

Letters

BYTE's Bugs

BYTE's Bits

Book Review

Robotics Forum

BYTE News

Nybbles: Computerized Wine Cellar

8 Queens Forum

Technical Forum: Interfacing TTL to 20 mA Current Loop

Event Queue

Clubs and Newsletters

What's New?

Unclassified Ads

BOMB, Reader Service

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 04-02 1979-02 Robot Arm

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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Knology came by and fixed my modem issue. My IP addresses stayed the same and shouldn't change anymore. :)

 

These are the correct addresses for my mirrors (same as before):

http://24.96.150.90/events/byte/index.html

http://24.96.150.75/events/byte/index.html

http://76.73.219.7/events/byte/index.html

 

Sorry for any hiccups.

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BYTE Vol 09-05 1984-05 Computers and the Professions - 586 Pages 403,427,461 bytes

 

BYTE Vol 09-05 from May 1984... Big Issue from 1984! I think the features section is much more interesting than the Themes section this month.. Though there is an article and program for an OB/GYN that uses an Atari 400 as an expert system. Apple seems to get more than the usual attention with several articles... and a couple of good articles for programmers: fitting curves to data and indexing open-ended tree structures.. Add that in with reviews for two C compilers, putting CP/M on the TRS-80 model II and an article covering HAM bulletin boards. Another excellent issue!

 

Columns

Trump Card, Part 1: Hardware

User's Column: Chaos Manor's Hard-Disk System

BYTE West Coast: Bulletin Boards in Space

 

Themes

Professional Computing

A Professional's Perspective on User-Friendliness

A Computer In the Doctor's Waiting Room

The Microcomputer as a Decision-Making Aid

Benchmarking Business-Modeling Software

Expert Systems for Personal Computers

How Lawyers Can Use Microcomputers

Computerizing a Medical Office

 

Reviews

Reviewer's Notebook

Thinktank.

The ODP-300 Computer

The Kaypro 10

Converting the TRS-80 Model III for CP/M

Robographics CAD-l

Two More Versions of C for CP/M

LNW-80

 

Features

This Month's Features

The Apple IIc Personal Computer

Inside the Model 100's ROM

Maximizing Hard-Disk Performance

Update on Apple Macintosh and Lisa 2

Fitting Curves to Data

Laboratory Data Collection with an IBM PC by

Putting the Apple II Work, Part 2: The Software

ISIM: A Continuous-System Simulation Language

Indexing Open-Ended Tree Structures

Using Comments to Aid Program Maintenance

 

Nucleus

Editorial: The BYTE

Reader: Who You Are

MICRO BYTES

Letters

BYTE's User to User

Event Queue

Book Reviews

Clubs and Newsletters

Books Received

Software Received

Ask BYTE

What's New?

Unclassified Ads

BYTE's Ongoing Monitor

Box and BOMB Results

Reader Service

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 09-05 1984-05 Computers and the Professions

 

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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ThumpNugget - I want to say thanks a million for your huge efforts and work uploading all of these fantastic Byte magazines. I just love looking through them and seeing tech life years ago. I started using computers in the mid 80s and read Byte in the 90s so these scanned issues are really great.

 

Many thanks again and I look forward to all future issues!

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Knology came by and fixed my modem issue. My IP addresses stayed the same and shouldn't change anymore. :)

 

These are the correct addresses for my mirrors (same as before):

http://24.96.150.90/events/byte/index.html

http://24.96.150.75/events/byte/index.html

http://76.73.219.7/events/byte/index.html

 

Sorry for any hiccups.

Well, I spoke too soon. Hopefully whatever changes they're working on are done. All my addresses changed. :(

 

New urls:

http://69.73.38.248/events/byte/index.html

http://24.214.130.70/events/byte/index.html

http://69.73.59.122/events/byte/index.html

 

Sorry again for any hiccups.

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ThumpNugget:

 

Do you still need Vol 7 Num 2 'Winter Computing'? It contains part 6 of the Atari Tutorial. I found another box of BYTE magazines here, and this issue was in it. I can send it across.

 

Darryl

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ThumpNugget,

 

That's really cool!! . I've lost a bunch of issues from BYTE from the '80s, and it's great your effort to put them online . I enjoyed the Sep '86 68000 scan.

 

I would like to add to the wish queue the Vol 10 No 9, Sep-85 Issue, it contains a software part about the NS32000 Definicon board as I recall , but I lost it about 20 years ago :-(

 

Alvaro,

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ThumpNugget,

 

I want to add my thanks for all the work that you are doing. I started reading Byte back in the '70s and subscribed for several years.

 

I would like to add my request, which is for the October 1981 issue on networking. There is an article on ULC-Net (Ultra-Low Cost Networking) that I am interested in for setting up a network of my old computers.

 

Thanks again.

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First of all, thank you for the great work!

 

I posted on comp.os.cpm (google groups) that you were scanning Byte magazines, and it generated a little buzz.

 

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.os.cpm/browse_thread/thread/9b584919f944c289#

 

A member of the group, Enrico Lazzerini has also scanned a bunch of issues of Byte and Microcornucopia

 

http://maben.homeip.net/static/S100/MAGAZINE/BYTE/index.html

http://enricolazzerini.interfree.it/

 

I have not succeeded in downloading an issue of Byte from his site - maybe you can get in touch with him and coordinated and/or help him load his scans to a better hosting service (rapidshare?). According to his post

 

i not have a mine ftp space big enough to contain all issues available on

maben web site that i slowly i downloaded during past time. If anybody has

an idea i'm ready to upload the following issues (about 30Gbytes):

198001 Byte Magazine January 1980 315.pdf

198002 Byte Magazine Februay 1980 233.pdf

198003 Byte Magazine March 1980 262.pdf

198004 Byte Magazine April 1980 289.pdf

198005 Byte Magazine May 1980 333.pdf

198006 Byte Magazine June 1980 261.pdf

198007 Byte Magazine July 1980 288.pdf

198008 Byte Magazine August 1980 285.pdf

198009 Byte Magazine Septembe 1980 363.pdf

198010 Byte Magazine October 1980.pdf

198011 Byte Magazine November1980 455.pdf

198012 Byte Magazine December 1980 390-391.pdf

198101 Byte Magazine January 1981 365.pdf

198102 Byte Magazine February 1981.pdf

198103 Byte Magazine March 1981.pdf

198104 Byte Magazine April 1981.pdf

198105 Byte Magazine May 1981.pdf

198106 Byte Magazine June 1981.pdf

198107 Byte Magazine July 1981.pdf

198108 Byte Magazine August 1981.pdf

198109 Byte Magazine September 1981.pdf

198110 Byte Magazine October 1981.pdf

198111 Byte Magazine November 1981.pdf

198112 Byte Magazine December 1981.pdf

198201 Byte Magazine January 1982.pdf

198202 Byte Magazine February 1982.pdf

198203 Byte Magazine March 1982.pdf

198204 Byte Magazine April 1982.pdf

198205 Byte Magazine May 1982.pdf

198206 Byte Magazine June 1982.pdf

198207 Byte Magazine July 1982.pdf

198208 Byte Magazine August 1982.pdf

198209 Byte Magazine September 1982.pdf

198210 Byte Magazine October 1982.pdf

198211 Byte Magazine November 1982.pdf

198212 Byte Magazine December 1982.pdf

198301 Byte Magazine January 1983.pdf

198302 Byte Magazine February 1983.pdf

198303 Byte Magazine March 1983.pdf

198304 Byte Magazine April 1983.pdf

198305 Byte Magazine May 1983.pdf

198306 Byte Magazine June 1983.pdf

198307 Byte Magazine July 1983.pdf

198308 Byte Magazine August 1983.pdf

198309 Byte Magazine September 1983.pdf

198310 Byte Magazine October 1983.pdf

198311 Byte Magazine November 1983.pdf

198312 Byte Magazine December 1983.pdf

198402 Byte Magazine February 1984.pdf

198403 Byte Magazine March 1984.pdf

198404 Byte Magazine April 1984.pdf

198405 Byte Magazine May 1984.pdf

198406 Byte Magazine June 1984.pdf

198407 Byte Magazine July 1984.pdf

198408 Byte Magazine August 1984.pdf

198409 Byte Magazine September 1984.pdf

198410 Byte Magazine October 1984.pdf

198411 Byte Magazine November1984.pdf

198412 Byte Magazine December 1984.pdf

198408 MicroSystems August 1984.pdf

198409 MicroSystems September 1984.pdf

198410 MicroSystems October 1984.pdf

198411 MicroSystems November 1984.pdf

198505 MicroSystems May 1985.pdf

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BYTE Vol 05-05 1980-05 Floppy Disks - 344 Pages 227,314,758 bytes

 

Byte Vol 05-05 from May 1980... Wow a program article for the COSMAC computer. The whole magazine is worth for that alone :) Although the I/O expansion for the TRS-80, The Computer Club Network, KIMDOS, and Floppy interface for 8080A computers is pretty good as well.

 

The BYTELINES has a tidbit on Commodore introducing a new 4-bit processor.. I Never knew!

 

Columns

A DC-TO-DC CONVERTER

EXPANSION FOR THE RADIO SHACK TRS-80, Part 1: Principles of Parallel Ports

KIMDOS, Using Your KIM-1 with a Percom Floppy-Disk Drive

INTERFACE A FLOPPY-DISK DRIVE TO AN 8080A-BASED COMPUTER

GIVE YOUR COMPUTER AN EAR FOR NAMES.

THE COSMAC DOODLER

ERROR CHECKING AND CORRECTING FOR YOUR COMPUTER

 

Background

THE CASSETTE LIVES ON, An Alternative to Floppy-Disk Mass Storage

A GRAPHICS TEXT EDITOR FOR MUSIC, Patr 2: Algorithms

USING THE COMPUTER AS A MUSICIAN'S AMANUENSIS,Part 2: Going from Keyboard to Printed Score

COMPARING FLOPPY -DISK DRIVES BY SOFTWARE SIMULATION

THE CLUB COMPUTER NETWORK

 

Nucleus

Editorial: Computer-Controlled Viewing of the 1980 Eclipse

Letters

BYTELINES (formerly BYTE News)

Technical Forum: Simplifying the Curve-Plotting Calculation by Geometric Means;

Programming Quickies: Decisions, Formatted Program Output for the KIM

Book Reviews

Clubs and Newsletters

BYTE's Bits

BYTE's Bugs

Event Queue

NCC Information

What's New?

Unclassified Ads, BOMB Results

Reader Service, BOMB

 

** NOTE: I found a problem with the PDF, fixing it now.. **

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 05-05 1980-05 Floppy Disks

 

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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Hi People!

 

Sorry for the delay in getting the last issue posted (and then with an error - it is OCRing now, then I have to re-upload it, will put out a message when it is done).

 

Darryl - Yes please send that issue if you can! Thank you so much!

 

redheights - I had a couple of messages about the other archive a few months ago but as of yet have not been able to download any issues (I give it a go about once a week). We do not use Rapidshare - I have a hosted site.. Samir I think is giving up his own bandwidth and ExoBuzz I have no idea (don't ask don't tell :) ...

 

Requests - Right now I am trying to do big issue / little issue (though even the little issues that are left are big now) so I will cycle them in but it may take a few cycles.

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redheights : If you get in touch with that Italian person on the Google newsgroups, please tell him to create an account here and PM me.

If he wants to, I can create a ftp account for him on my server, so he can upload the Byte magazines in a separate folder, near these Bytes magazines I'm already hosting.

I'm just not that good at newsgroups so I don't know how I could get in touch with him.

 

Actually, ThumpNugget, I guess this could apply to you as well. If you wish, I can create an upload only account for you, to upload the pdf to the ftp before you publish the link. This way, if I'm offline a few hours your site won't be overloaded.

 

Otherwise, keep up the good work, it's very nice what you're doing.

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BYTE Vol 02-05 1977-05 Interfacing - 180 Pages 110,363,054 Bytes

 

BYTE Vol 02-05 from May 1977... Oh time has been short the last two weeks and I had not planned on it to be so... Not a lot of time to digest these things lately :) The Apple II article by Steve Wozniak and the 8080 programming notes make the issue for me. The tidbit on the ASCII standards and the Tiny Assembler implementation also had me teary eyed. I did not get a chance to even gloss over the AI article.

 

Foreground

A CATALOG OF LIBERATING HOME COMPUTER CONCEPTS

THE APPLE-II

INTERFACING WITH AN ANALOG WORLD-Part 1

WHAT'S IN A FLOATING POINT PACKAGE?

A GUIDE TO BAUDOT MACHINES: Part 2

ALL THIS JUST TO PRINT A QUOTATION MARK?

8080 PROGRAMMING NOTES

 

Background

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, AN EVOLUTIONARY IDEA: Part 1

COME UPSTAIRS AND BE RESPECTABLE

USING A KEYBOARD ROM

IMPLEMENTING THE TINY ASSEMBLER

 

Nucleus

In This BYTE

BYTE'S Bugs

Surveying the Field

Solution to 8080 Bug in the Stack

Letters

Answer to Bar Code Puzzle

What's New

Book Reviews

Technical Forum

Ask BYTE

BYTE's Bits

Clubs, Newsletters

New ASCII Standards

BOMB

Classified Ads

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 02-05 1977-05 Interfacing

 

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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The next issue is about done.. The 1982 Game issue - probably will post on Sunday :)

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BYTE Vol 07-12 1982-12 Game Plan 1982 - 596 Pages 402,488,209 bytes

 

Features

Build the Circuit Cellar MPX-16 Computer System, Part 2

Game Plan 1982

The Coinless Arcade-Rediscovered

The Vectrex Arcade System

Board to Death

Design Techniques and Ideals for Computer Games

Charge!

Cosmic Conquest

BYTE Game Grid

Character Editor for the Atari

User's Column: A Slew of Languages, a Slap at Documentation, and a Curse at Keyboards

The Soundchaser Computer Music Systems

A Brief Introduction to Electronic Music Synthesizers

The 8051 One-Chip Microcomputer: A Most Powerful Micro-controller

Problem Oriented Language, Part 1: A New Method of Input

Practical Dynamic-Memory System Design

Test Your Memory Using the Barber-Pole Algorithm

A Versatile Low-Cost Microprocessor Controller Module

 

Reviews

Microshell and Unica: Unix-Style Enhancements for CP/M

Autocontrol's AC-8S: A CP/M System on One Board

Multidos: A New TRS-80 Disk Operating System

Condor Series 20 DBMS

 

Nucleus

Editorial: The Play's the Thing

Letters

BYTE's Bits

Product Description: Lotus Development Corporation's 1-2-3; The Lobo Max-80

Book Reviews: PET/CBM BASIC; 8080 Z80 Assembly Language: Techniques for Improved Programming

BYTE's Bugs

System Notes: GRPRINT: An Apple Utility Program for Dot-Matrix Printers; A Little Apple SOS with Your Pascal

BYTELINES

Clubs and Newsletters

Ask BYTE

Software Received

Books Received

Event Queue

Cumulative Index Update

What's New?

Unclassified Ad5

BOMB, BOMB Results

Reader Service

 

Download it here: BYTE Vol 07-12 1982-12 Game Plan 1982

 

 

Cover

 

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Index

 

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G'Day All

 

Just wondering if anyone has managed to get onto the Italian guy who has been doing his own scans. It seems like his home server is still being hammered by people attempting to download copies of the magazine, and I don't really want to add to the problems. Also, he has one of the Byte issues scanned already that I have here for Scanning, and it would be good not to have to send the magazine across the pacific if there is no need :-)

 

Darryl

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Yes, I was saving the announcement until he was finished uploading everything he has to me. But now that you're asking...

 

I've got in touch with him a while ago and he started uploading the PDF files to my server, and the PDF files automatically pop up in the /Other/ folder on the FTP - the address is in the first post here in this thread.

 

So far he has uploaded about 14 GB of content and I believe there's about 20-25 GB left and I'm trying to work out some way to get the files faster with him (he is a very nice guy and actually uploaded 24/7 for a week at 35 KB/s from his home connection so I can't thank him enough).

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This is really great news. I am just wondering if one issue should be released every few days as a way to manage the impact on servers and the like

 

Darryl

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