Computing with the Amstrad Vol.3 No.4 April 1987

Computing with the Amstrad Vol 3 No 4 April 1987So, as part of setting up virtual museum, I obviously have to play with all the consoles and games! So more fun today in between lessons with my students.

The first section I’m going to create will be solely based on my Amstrad machines and I have found a pile of Amstrad computer magazines. Anyone of a certain age will remember these or something similar where you had to type in the program listings line by line only to find there was a typo and you then had to wait until the next week when they published the correction to find out where the error was.

When I was a teenager attending a school in Bracknell, I used to have walk past an MOD base there. Because my dad worked there I got to know one of the armed guards on the gates. Often when passing I would pop up to his guardhouse and we would swap computer games. This felt quite cool when you’re a youngster. Looking back though, I’m not sure if I was inadvertently compromising the security of the barracks?

Below is my first attempt at scanning one of my old magazines complete with some program listings:

Computing with the Amstrad Vol 3 No 4 April 1987

 

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pdclews

Lecturer in IT at East Berkshire College. Assessor & Verifier Technology Evangelist Hacker Tinkerer Collector of all things Retro Cyclist Kayaker Adventurer

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