||Micros in Medicine
||G Michael Vose
||Even micros can have a bedside manner. Read how the medical profession uses micros to diagnose, educate, and gather information.
||Heat Stress Index
||David B Heckenlively, et al
||Does your job get you hot under the collar? This program determines whether the heat from your workplace is harmful to your health.
||Micros in the Lab
||Microcomputers are not used extentively yet in scientific exploration, but some pioneering scientitst are leafing a micro revolution.
||Nike Sport Research Lab
||J L Larsen
||Scientific research benefits from using microcomputer sfor data collection and analysis.
||Trying to convince the boss you need a computer in the lab? This article will help you.
||Astrodynamics for Beginners
||John D Fowler, Jr
||Gravity got you down? This program shows you its effects on orbits of heavenly bodies.
||The Color Computer on Parade: Part II
||William Barden, Hr.
||In this segment, author Barden explains the Line, Circle, Draw, Poiunt, Get and Put commands, as well as how to change your video display graphics.
||Medical Family History
||Computerize your family medical histories and make life a little easier by keeping health records.
||Bit Smitten: Part IV
||Save memory space with Basic’s Reaad … Data function. It’s not as difficult as you think.
||Practical Regression Analysis
||Delmar D Hinrichs
||Regression analysis lets you get the most from a set of data. Author Hinrichs will take you step by step through this useful technique.
||Hardware Hacker: Part II
||Philip M Van Praag
||In this episode, add 32K of RAM to your Model I.
||The Calculating Genius: Part I
||Charles Babbage invented the speedometer, railway cowcatcher, and occulting lighthouse – as well as the first digital computer.
||William Barden Jr.
||This Editor/Assembler for cassette-based Color Computer owners almost has it all
||More Color Conversion
||Jimmy L. Freeman
||When the Air Force took Jimmy’s hobby – ham radio – away, he found a new way to while away the hours … converting Model I programs to Color Computer ones.
||Curse You, Cursor!
||Joseph L Frese
||Poke out your Model II’s blinker.
||Trick your ROM
||LPRINTing CHR$s 0 and 10.
||A way to speed up your Color Computer programs.
||Relativity and the TRS-80
||Let your micro strip the veils from relativity theory and ignite your own intuitive files.
||Design model airplane wings or modify this program to plot points for other applications.
||Plant a Binary Tree
||Unlock the door to fast searches using key data.
||Casino Draw Poker
||Who as the better poker face, you or your 80?
||Make Those Headlines Fit
||Making heads of a different column fit together.
||Cybernetics: Part II
||All about sensors, decision bases, and actuators.
||Show the Score
||Frederick F Battiste
||You need some additional knowledge if you want to display numbers and graphics on your Color Computer.
||Charles E Gillen
||Tired of fumbling through unlabaled cassette boxes or trying to read chicken tracks passing for handwriting? Your 80 can give you a helping hand.
||James H DeFrancis
||When you buy an MX-80 cable when you can make your own?
||Color Computer Pointers
||E O Gilliland Jr.
||Combine programs and save memory with this know-how.
||Model II Math Skills
||Mike wanted his kids to dissect math problems but found they’d rather dissect his Basic programs instead.
||Model III Microchess
||You need more than CONVERT for this one.
||Richard L Kilmon
||Now you don’t have to wait until the wee hours to see late-night fare on your tv.
||The Sieve of Erathosthenes
||D R Cecil
||It may be Greek to you but not to your 80.
||It helps mentally retarded persons play music on the Color Comptuer.
||For fast mazes you need machine language.
||The Evolution of a Language
||Understanding the magic of binary and hardwre.
||Charles E Gillen
||Model I graphics screen dump.
||Computer Assisted Electronics Design
||The ultimate do-it-yourself project — designing your own comptuer.
||How to get enhanced printouts from a limited system.
||ON BREAK GOTO
||SFC Roger E Donais
||Disabled by not forgotten.
||Analysis of Variance
||George L Gille
||What happens when IBM Fortran meets Microsoft Basic?
||We Interrupt This Program …
||… for a word that will make your Model I More versatile.
||The Family Tree
||Richard W Castor
||Genealogies for home comptuers.
||To Baffle a Pirate
||By making your Basic programs look like machine language, you can deter many copy cats.
||Clean Up Your TRON/TROFF
||Debug your Basic programs with a trace table.
||Howard F Batie
||Debugging long listings made easy.
||Don C Brumm
||The fastest sort in the West … and elsewhere.
||Samule D Pincus
||This simple patch protects high memory.
||Bertram A Thiel
||Use a second cassette recorder to add sound to your programs.
||Write machine language patches, load your main program, and save as one file.
||Michael A Duffin
||Hit a bullseye with this polynomial factoring program.
||Larry R Hamilton
||Use your 80 to keep track of your books.
||Find a Number’s Roots
||David R Cecil
||Getting to the roots of some problems
||Things Still Crawl in the Level II ROM
||Gregg E Marshall
||Explaining a sometimes persistent SYSTEM-load error.
||Computer warfare beyond three dimensions
||Scripsit Makes It Easy
||Peter C Bennett
||Mail-merge on a shoestrong.
||Education in the future — now there’s a subject that should be good for a whole book.
||Micros can help people tune in to technology and explore it.
||The pain of protected disks. profile update. Error in Individual Retirement Account program. A program to calculate inflation forever. More on disk directory for the Model III. Concerns for a first-generation hacker. Error in “For the Novice.” Model I expansion without Radio Shack support. Color Computer voice synthesizer. More.
||Bug in baud rate. Tic-tac error. Missing parts for bare bones communcator.
||Request for Model III card reader. The rest of “Tee for Six” Form feed for the MX-80.
||Rodney Gambucus and his friend Wintrop set up shop in 80 Micro to talk with you about games.
||One of the most powerful features of Level II BAasic is the Print Using statement
||Kitchen Table Inc.
||Kitchen Table Inc. breaks new ground by introducing user-hostile software
||Extended muMATH, Color Forth. Sole, double desnity for the Model I, Spectaculator, Color Computer spreadsheet, Sprinter II, Z80 in the fast lane. Micro Mainframe disk contoroller for Model III. Smith-Corona TP-1. Colorterm, terminal program for CC. Master Reversi. Spell ‘N Fix. CC spelling checker.
||Color Logo. Electric Webster. The UPI-3 Serial Interface. Space War. Basic Handbook, 2nd edition. Versafile.
||Index to Advertisers
||Tandy distributes Color Computer outside Radio Shack stores. End of Tandy customer service hotline riles some users. Associated Press-CompuServe end electronic newspaper experiment. Public education rapped at conference. network Nation authors meet in Electronic Agora.
||Disk back-up problems. Mailing list of Tandy owners. Epson emphasised mode. Color merge. RFI problems. Corona discharge. DEC to TRS-80, Scrinput. Power supply hum. Irwin hard disk drives.
||Gather round boys and girls as the old Saturday seial is revived and we take a trip through the dangerous world of Subterra.
||Notes from Beneath the Keyboard
||Farewell to a friend. TRS-80s run a liquor store and sell used cars. Second-ahdn software.
||J M Keynes
||More on Keyne’s never-fail commodity system.
||Philip R Mills, MD
||RX for word processing.
||Color Load 80 announced. Load 80 takes it on the chin. Wonder why some August games didn’t work?
||Lead CRT screen. Meet the Computer, a book for children. MTI MOD III PLUS 8 series. Visicalc surrogates. Model III hard disk. DOSPLUS for the Model II. Foorball Compu-Stat. Hayse Stack Smartmodem 1200. CP/M File Indexer.