The firm that brought forth the Lisa now offers mouse-window-desktop technology in an under-$2500 system.
[author : Gregg Williams]
The "wizards" behind the Macintosh discuss the design goals and philosophy that influenced the development of Apple's new computer.
[author : Phil Lemmons]
The supplied standard control software supports several character attributes and various configuration options.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Of mice and men, Eagles, Shirley, the ol' mailbag, and much more.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Recent developments on the computing scene raise some questions about perceived industry trends.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
This month's articles discuss benchmarks, their limitations, and alternative methods of product evaluation.
[author : Bruce Roberts]
Benchmarks are a popular way to compare both hardware and software. But how meaningful are they?
[author : Jerry Houston]
Two users observe that there's more to overall system quality than speed of operation.
[author : John M. Carroll and Mary Beth Rosson]
This article presents some helpful guidelines borrowed from a successful hardware model.
[author : Brian Boyle]
An exhaustive set of benchmarks helps you determine how fast your printer really is.
[author : Sergio Mello-Grand]
The author offers insights into determining which compiler creates the fastest code.
[author : Avram Tetewsky]
Understanding the background and intentions of benchmarks is the key to interpreting the results.
[author : Peter Marvit and Mohandas Nair]
How to find your way through all those "new" features.
[author : Andrea Lewis]
A 100-point checklist simplifies the decision-making process.
[author : Arthur Naiman]
A plotter from Hewlett-Packard, a Mannesmann Tally printer, and two software packages for the IBM PC are featured in this month's notes.
[author : Rich Malloy]
Apple computer presents a powerful new operating system for Apple II computers.
[author : Rob Moore]
A new, fully integrated management system offers full database and spreadsheet capabilities in one package.
[author : James W. Walker]
A closer look at IBM's "other" microcomputer.
[author : Thomas R. Clune]
This device can emulate the Hayes Smartmodem and do a few other tricks besides.
[author : Chuck Weger]
This easy-to-use system actually learns from you.
[author : Peter V. Caliamaras]
With this card in place, your Apple III can run most Apple II game software.
[author : William J. Purpura and Paula K. Purpura]
Easy to install and use, the Ultraterm video-display card enables the Apple II to display up to 160 columns or 48 lines.
[author : Peter V. Callamaras]
Four RAM disk emulators for the Apple II allow faster execution times for applications requiring numerous disk accesses.
[author : Michael W. Gilbert]
Macintosh compatibility is a key feature of the new Lisa.
[author : Gregg Williams]
Robert Jones' Sending text files between Apples and IBM PCs is easy with these simple programs.
Seeq Technology's $10 EEPROM can be programmed in your computer with simple and inexpensive circuitry.
[author : Joe D. Blagg]
Adding a foot-operated Control key to your keyboard simplifies control sequences.
[author : Dennis M. Pfister]
A look at Pascal/MT+86 and Pascal-86 show s you how to evaluate these and other compilers.
[author : Kaare Christian]
The increase in flexibility can be worth the added effort.
[author : J. Eric Roskos]
Two BASIC programs can help you solve cryptograms and anagrams.
[author : Mark C. Worley]
Improving on the Spirograph.
[author : Robert Sussman and Ted Sussman]
Making Micropolis MDOS and CP/M work on a bubble-memory board.
[author : Louis Wheeler]
A simple, foolproof arithmetic procedure determines the distribution of indirect costs quickly and accurately
[author : G. Truman Hunter]