RE: C'T Articles (RE: Logic analyzer (Was: 6510 in FPGA works!!))
Date: 2002-04-19 03:38:54

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    Hi Rainer, All,
    >Now that sounds like you have a pretty decent c't archive... There were
    >many interesting projects back in the golden 80s where computer magazines
    I forgot to specifically check which issues I have last night, but I recall
    them being from 1984 to 1987 (I think), about 25-30cms high if you stack
    them up. I picked them up from the local recycling centre three years ago
    here in Australia.... wasn't sure what I'd do with them at the time, not
    being able to read German... but reading schematics is fairly universal.
    When I had the chance I actually went out and photocopied the C= (and a
    couple other articles Atari, Amstrad, etc) so that I had a handy
    reference/summary of the most important articles 8bit.
    If you (or others) were interested, I could make photocopies of this
    "summary" and post them. Local copy-place is A$0.20 a sheet (about the EUR
    0.12), but I could try and find a better price. Can't remember exactly how
    many pages were part of the summary. Will have to check...
    If interested contact me by private email.
    - Nick
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