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Practical Computing - July/August 1978

First issue of Practical Computing. Publication of this issue was brought forward from September as planned to include a Showguide for the D-I-Y computer show that was held between 22-24th June 1978.
Practical Computing - July/August 1978, Volume 1, Issue 1
Apple II Review, page 12
Software, page 14
Business Applications,page 16
Basic for starters, page 24
D-I-Y Showguide, page 27
Musical Micros, page 35
Win a computer, page 49
And Much More: Editorial, page 7; Pupils at Eltham College are developing systems for small local firms, page 8; Space Games, page 19; A kit which explains all about micros, page 42; An interview with the Amateur Computer Club, page 45; How to wire your home, page 47; A look inside The Byte Shop, page 50; Print out, page 52; A Glossary of computer terms, page 56
Texas Instruments TI-58 and TI-59 calculators
Intel System 80/10, System 80/20-4, iSBC 660 System Chassis
Bywood Scrumpi

Publication Date : July 1978

ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5506. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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