Issue 1 (September, 1982)
Here it is, the very first one. In this issue you will find...
- Specifications of New Zealand's very own Poly microcomputer and several articles about the Poly vrs Apple fight for the NZ school market.
- A feature on the Kellogg farm software unit at Lincoln College (now Lincoln University) (Articles on Farm software were regular features in NZ Bit & Bytes in the early days.)
- An article on the ins and outs of computer graphics
- A BASIC program listing for mixing people at social functions
- Reports on a Micro show in Auckland
- A micro enthusiasts guide to micro shopping in Sydney
- Microcomputer club news
- An article on a home-grown communication package called ALBRAN
- A review of two Commodore disk drives
- Hints on what to consider when buying a microcomputer
- A computer glossary
- A humourous article on computer obsession, comparing it to an infectious disease.
- An Apple II diagnostic program (ApTest)
- MicroPro Software
- Experiences of one company using a word processor as a database
- Support columns for the System 80, Apple II and Vic 20
...and the usual collection of classic computer advertisements!
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