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Dragon User - November 1988

Illegal letters?... more Armitage... ribbon help... sump adaptation needed... utility appeal... backissue collectors... too old to Expert!... Atari acknowledgement
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Something stirred...
Roger Merrick warms to the early history of the CoCo, the Tandy Colour Computer
Paul Grade asks, is there really such a thing as a computer? or is it all a con?
Four more commands
P D Smith resurrects, interrogates, pin points and normalises his disc files
Paul Weedon makes life easier for those interested in prime matters
Wayne Smithson takes another crack at being a star with a simple sound digitiser
Expert's Arcade Arena
The year's most recent and best arcade game releases
Adventure trail
Pete Gerrard visits an adventure forum andsays, beware of experts bearing personal opinions
Gordon Lee has a nice assortment of coconuts plus Utopia and Spy against Spy from pulser Software to win
Dragon Answers
Dragon and Quattro... EXEC for TEXT... a note about postscript... wanted: shares software

Publication Date : 1988

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4173. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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