Family Computing (February 1984)

in #retrocomputing2 months ago (edited)

Family Computing was a multi-format computer magazine from the 1980s. It covered to a greater or lesser degree any home computer that existed at the time. The February 1984 issue includes the following:

  • 64 Inches of Courage - Fifteen-year old Michela Alioto, paralyzed from the waist down, learned what a valuable tool the computer can be. Her dream to walk again is kept alive by an Apple computer.

  • Buyer's Guide to Graphics Tablets, Light Pens, and Software

  • A Novice's Guide to Programming Languages

  • Learning LOGO is a Family Affair

  • Different Versions of LOGO

  • The Man Behind LOGO

  • A Hands-On Review: Timex 2068

  • A Data-Base Reunion

  • Winter Programs - Create a personal Valentine for that special someone, or go skiing down a treacherous course, with programs for ADAM, Atari, Commodore 64 and VIC-20, IBM, TI, Timex, and TRS-80 computers.

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Post was originally written 5 years ago on Steemit. Post was imported to Hive automatically as a result of the fork and and at some point image links were broken. Reposted fixed and expanded version deleting original on both hive and steemit. I don't think this constitutes spam.