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Marty Goodman

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"Martin H. Goodman, M.D., a physician trained in anesthesiology, is a longtime electronics tinkerer and outspoken commentator — sort of the Howard Cosell of the CoCo world. On Delphi, Marty is the SIGop of RAINBOW's CoCo SIG and database manager of OS-9 Online. His non-computer passions include running, mountaineering, and outdoor photography. Marty Lives in San Pablo, California." -- Bio from The Rainbow magazine, March 1989, p 34.

Marty authored a column for The Rainbow called CoCo Consultations.

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Article List
Article Magazine Month Year Page
Monochrome Monitor Driver (also here) Hot CoCo July 1983 36
Color Monitor Driver (also here) Hot CoCo August 1983 98
How to Fix Your CoCo 2 Disk Controller The Rainbow February 1985 149
A Disk Tinkerer's Device The Rainbow March 1986 84
Now You See It, Now You Don't! The Rainbow June 1986 90
The Great Transformation The Rainbow June 1986 182
Remote Control CoCo The Rainbow July 1986 71
Transfer CoCo Text Files to MS-DOS Disks The Rainbow July 1986 176
A Recipe to Fix CoCo Fried Chips* The Rainbow August 1986 24
Inside the CoCo 3 The Rainbow October 1986 90
The Shock Absorber The Rainbow October 1986 158
RTTY for the Color Computer The Rainbow November 1986 36
Fixing CoCo and Multipak Power Supplies The Rainbow December 1986 54
A PAL for Your CoCo 3* The Rainbow January 1987 98
A Guide to RGB Analog Monitors for the CoCo 3 The Rainbow August 1987 68
Monitor Updates The Rainbow November 1987 33
CoCoing Abroad The Rainbow November 1987 32
Photographing a CRT Screen The Rainbow December 1987 58
Quick Fixes The Rainbow October 1988 58
Upgrading CoCo's Memory The Rainbow March 1989 34
A Hard Drive for Your CoCo The Rainbow March 1989 44
The OS-9 *CART Interrupt Fix The Rainbow November 1989 50
Disk Drives and the Color Computer The Rainbow March 1990 22
Adding a Disk Drive to Your CoCo Pt. 2 The Rainbow April 1990 92
RS-232 Retrofit The Rainbow July 1991 10
Upgrade Your Multi-Pak The Rainbow October 1991 52
Modification Allows Y Cables The Rainbow March 1992 7