December 31, 1975
IN THIS ISSUE
This month Ray Boaz concludes his discussion of displays with the final installment of “Intelligent Display For Microcomputers”. He includes a circuit diagram of a selectable octal or hex disp1ay that has been constructed and tested.
To bring everyone up to date on local sources of hobbyist computers, parts, P.C. boards, time share services, publications, etc. a list of local sources is presented on page 2. These organizations are interested ¬in the hobbyist and it is expected that they will be responsive to our needs.
Tom Pittman explains a software system for saving 8008 processor status while processing interrupts. Software listings are included for this application.
WANTED FOR "FUTURE ISSUES
We need more software discussions and articles. Material such as Tom Pittman’s article in this issue would be of wide interest. Particularly ALTAIR routines that you have developed and tested could be used by many people in the club. Of course hardware material is we1come too. Send your material to Robert Reiling, editor, P.O. Box 626, Mountain View, CA 94042.
MEETING DECEMBER l0, 1975
Over 200 computer hobbyists at this meeting. Everyone wanted a copy of INTERFACE Vo1ume l, Issue 1 which was so1d for $1.00; $.50 to the HCC and $.50 to the SCCS. An auction was held to sell the back panel boards donated by Processor Technology Corp. and to sell a MC6860 modem chip donated by Dan Sokol. A great dea1 of information was exchanged during the discussion periods. A very helpfu1 meeting.