This new battery-powered machine has 752K bytes of RAM and ROM and has built-in software including Lotus 1-2-3.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
The BASIC and C compilers for this Z8000 card boost the performance of the IBM PC.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Substituting a macro for the executable part of a word reduces overhead in subroutine-threaded languages.
[author : Ronald L. Greene]
An introduction to the language endorsed by the Department of Defense.
[author : Sabina H. Saib]
With the introduction of this version, Pascal becomes an interpreted language.
[author : G. Michael Vose]
While waiting for your printer to finish your latest enormous listing, you can build a buffer that eliminates the wait.
[author : John Bono]
This project lets your Apple display real-time weather maps on a high-resolution screen.
[author : Keith H. Sueker]
This program permits more cells than some commercial spreadsheets and is written in Microsoft BASIC.
[author : Rodolfo Cerati]
More and more universities in America are using personal computers as tools for education and communication.
[author : Donna Osgood]
Using the theatrical stage as a metaphor, this development environment makes it easier to write educational software.
[author : William Finzer and Laura Gould]
Two types of graphics-based educational software go beyond computer-aided instruction.
[author : Ann Piestrup]
A psychologist ponders the relationship between computer-based systems and human social systems.
[author : Stephen L. Chorover]
Above all, languages must show simplicity, power, compatibility, and cognitive richness.
[author : Fred A. Masterson]
[author : Robert P. Case]
An anthropologist describes the selection and "hardening" of a portable computer for use in field research.
Personal computers need to talk to minicomputers and mainframes in universities, and this protocol lets them do so.
[author : Frank da Cruz and Bill Catchings]
A hands-on, interactive museum uses personal computers to teach science through experience.
[author : John Markoff]
A personal computer simulates a classic experiment and teaches the concepts of cardiac function.
[author : Nils Peterson]
Whitesmiths, Q/C, and Supersoft Cs get a close examination.
[author : Christopher Kern]
This game requires a sense of strategy and dexterity.
[author : Gregg Williams]
Compatible with the IBM PC, the Chameleon Plus merits serious consideration but does have some drawbacks.
[author : Rich Krajewski]
This voice input and output system for the TI Professional comes under the scrutiny of an experienced user.
[author : Mark Haas]
The author compares this version of Modula-2 for the Apple with familiar Apple Pascal.
[author : Eric Eldred]
A RAM-based data-management system that exploits the IBM PC's color monitor wins the praise of an old hand at databases.
[author : George Bond]
Readers react to previous reviews.
Jerry celebrates a new hard disk, examines the Apple-Franklin decision, and romps through an assortment of new hardware and software.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Jerry's readers write, and he replies.
SoftOffice's gestation was difficult, but this package provides icon-based integrated software at low overhead.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]