December 1982 - 35 years ago this month
Image: Cover of the November 1982 issue of the Rainbow magazine.
Featured in this issue were:
- PLAYING COCO FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Sara Nolan
- PATCHING EDTASM+ TO RUN ON DISK: Roger Schrag
- A CHRISTMAS EVE FIREPLACE: Peter Stumpf
- LET'S LOOK AT MEMORY: Lester Hands
- ADVENTURE REPORT: Staff
- LETTERS EVERY WHICHWAY: Joseph Kolar
- LET'S WRITE SOME MUSIC: Larry Konecky
- PARACHUTE OR FREE FALL?: Joe Bennett an C. E. Laidlaw
- MOVING GRAPHICS: John W. Dana
- DRIVING TOWARD ADVENTURE: Geoff Wells
- THREE DISK UTILITIES: Paul Selig
- UNIDATFL REVISITED?: Arnold Weiss
- KEEP A HAM RADIO LOG: B. B. Whitam
- SEARCH FOR WORDS - ANY WORDS: Timothy O'Donnell
- GRAPHICS WORD PROCESSING: Ross Chamberlain
- SOFTWARE IN THE CLASSROOM: Paul Kimmelman and David MacAli
How much was Coco stuff?
- Color Computer 2: "Cut by $100" US$299.95 [Page 11, Radio Shack advertisement]
- TDP-100, 16k Basic - US$379.95: TDP-100 16k Extended Basic - US$479.95 [Page 99, Spectrum Projects advertisement]
- BT-1000 multi-pak interface - US$270.00 [Page 107, Basic Technology advertisement]
- Monkey Kong - US$24.95 [Page 173, Med Systems Software advertisement]
- Donkey King - US$24.95 on Tape, US$27.95 on Disk [Page 40, Tom Mix Software advertisement]
- The New Spectrum Stick - US$39.95 [Page 97, Spectrum Projects advertisement]
Got your Rainbow yet?
The December 1982 Rainbow is available from the Color Computer Archive.
Created on Sunday 3 December 2017.