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Acorn User - May 1984

First glimpse of the Electron add-on box; the year of the modem; Beeb gets a microdrive; the grate data protection muddle
Software Top 20
Acorn Abuser's Diary
Bitstik flair
Hints and Tips 
Monitors, menus and printers
Second processor
Hi-speed 6502
Lisp part III
Beeb Forum
Insights into OS calls
Space Shuffle
Joe's Jottings
Beginner's guide to the DFS read/write command by George Hill
Fantastic Four
Economy Drive
Atom Forum
Converting numbers and a Morse coder for radio hams
Atom Basic
Sprite generators
Aviator's Life
British Micro's graphics tablet
Opus microdrive
Verdict on the Super 3
ECCE's Atomload; 'Canyon' and The Beasty

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3978. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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