Anyone have ETI October 1978

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by paulscottrobson, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. paulscottrobson

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    Hi. I'm after Electronics Today International October 1978 (researching a Computing project) - the UK version - it has a picture of a TV chess game on the cover - anyone know of a copy / willing to lend/sell or scan part of it ?

    I'm after the article on Bywood's Scrumpi 3 computer.
     
  2. Tesla23

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    Reprints of ETI articles are available from Silicon Chip:
    http://www.siliconchip.com.au/Shop/15
     
  3. paulscottrobson

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    Isn't the Australian ETI a different magazine largely ?
     
  4. Tesla23

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    Sorry - missed the significance of the UK part of your post.

    They were certainly related and I think shared some projects, so it may be worthwhile contacting them.
     
  5. studiot

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    Tha's better now you have your own thread on the subject.

    It's 4 pages, an PM with an email address that can receive about 2M of jpeg will get the scans.
     
  6. paulscottrobson

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    Hi - I can't PM (privileges I think) - could you send it to paul at robsons dot org dot uk please - thanks a lot.
     
  7. studiot

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    OK

    You will be able to.

    There is some sort of minimum number of posts to be able to access certain things in order to discourage nusisances.
     
  8. studiot

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    Sent.

    You should now edit your last post to remove you email for security.
     
  9. NATTYDREAD

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    hi anyone got any eti mags been looking for this mag for years it has a inductor based graphic eq the project number is 427 i belive it would be in a 70s edition.
     
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