Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al

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  • ...nuary 1990 Vol. 09 No. 06|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1990-01]] ...ruary 1990 Vol. 09 No. 07|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1990-02]]
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  • * [[Rainbow Magazine January 1990]] * [[Rainbow Magazine February 1990]]
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  • * [[Sub-Etha Software]] (1990-1995) - Allen Huffman/Terry Todd. RS-DOS, OS-9 and MM/1 software. Known for
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  • ...ling/Eddie Kuns (OS-9 Version) || Sundog Systems || 1989 (RS-DOS version), 1990 (OS-9 version) || 3 ONLY || 256K, 128K || 3, 2 button joystick, disk, 128K | [[La Belle Lucie Solitaire]] || || Eversoft Games, Ltd. || 1990 || 3 ONLY || 128K || 3 ONLY, 128K RAM, disk, joystick. || || Game || DECB
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  • | year = 1990 Products by Carl England (who split the booth with Sub-Etha at the first 1990 Atlanta CoCoFest) would later be added, as well as some others.
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  • | year = 1990
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  • ==1990==
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  • *[[CoCoPRO CoCoFest]] (1990-1992) - Atlanta and Chicago
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  • * [[Rainbow Magazine 1990]] ..., [[Rainbow Magazine November 1990|November]], [[Rainbow Magazine December 1990|December]]
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  • ...rsonal computers made by Radio Shack and produced from 1981 (CoCo 1) until 1990 (CoCo 3). Each CoCo comes with a variation of Microsoft BASIC built into it
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  • On October 26, 1990, Ed Juge of Tandy announced that the CoCo 3 would be dropped from its compu Frank Hogg Labs introduced the Tomcat TC-09 in June of 1990, which was somewhat compatible with the CoCo 3, but was mostly only able to
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  • |Chicago, IL||April 6-8, 1990
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  • VEFIO & FEB 1990 COCO GALLERY DATA JAN-89 DONHUTCHISON
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  • 1990 GOTO 2040
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  • ...(Rainbow Magazine[http://www.cocopedia.com/wiki/index.php/Rainbow], March 1990, pg 22.) ...(Rainbow Magazine[http://www.cocopedia.com/wiki/index.php/Rainbow], April 1990, pg 92.)
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  • | year = 1990
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  • ...nuary 1990 Vol. 09 No. 06|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1990-01]] ...ruary 1990 Vol. 09 No. 07|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1990-02]]
    2 KB (235 words) - 18:55, 6 March 2018
  • * [[Rainbow Magazine January 1990]] * [[Rainbow Magazine February 1990]]
    436 bytes (37 words) - 22:05, 17 March 2019