RUN, subtitled "The Commodore C-128/C-64 Home Computing Guide", was one of a few magazines I spent my scarece resources on as a kid. I loved my Commodore 64 and essentially learned BASIC programming with magazines like this and got "free" software via the type-in programs provided. The August 1986 issue includes:
- Enter The On-Line World of Lucasfilm - Lucasfilm and QuantumLink have teamed up to bring you a new concept in on-line interactive game-playing.
- Disk Keeper - Do all your diskkeeping chores, from formatting to making disk jacket labels, with this one program.
- Bootmaker 128/64 - If you like the autoboot capbility of the C-128 in 128 mode, you'll love this program that lets you autoboot in 64 mode, too.
- RUNning Ruminations - Discover ReRUN
- Magic - The original column of hints and tips that lets you perform computing wizardry.
- Software Gallery
- Grover's Animal Adventures
- Elite and the Silver Disk Series
- Leader Board
- Second Annual RUNaway Contest - Here's your chance to be a winner in RUN's giveaway sweepstakes worth over $25,000 in prizes. And, just for entering, you'll receive a free QuantumLink terminal program!
- Basically Speaking - An exploration of Basic programming fundamentals.
- Telecomputing Workshop - Advice and answers to your questions on modems, terminal programs, on-line networks, bulletin boards and more.
- Q-Link Happenings - This month we introduce a new feature that keeps you informed about the latest services on QuantumLink.
- The Resource Center - Teachers, administrators and students are getting on-line as the nation's schools enter the telecommunications age.
- New Products RUNdown