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  • * [[Rainbow Magazine January 1986]] * [[Rainbow Magazine February 1986]]
    436 bytes (37 words) - 03:01, 18 March 2019
  • ...nuary 1986 Vol. 05 No. 06|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1986-01]] ...ruary 1986 Vol. 05 No. 07|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1986-02]]
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  • * [[Rainbow Magazine January 1986]] * [[Rainbow Magazine February 1986]]
    436 bytes (37 words) - 03:01, 18 March 2019
  • ...nuary 1986 Vol. 05 No. 06|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1986-01]] ...ruary 1986 Vol. 05 No. 07|link=https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1986-02]]
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  • | year = 1986
    175 bytes (19 words) - 16:35, 31 August 2016
  • |Palo Alto, CA||February 14-16, 1986 |Chicago, IL||May 23-25, 1986
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  • ...(Rainbow Magazine[http://www.cocopedia.com/wiki/index.php/Rainbow], March 1986, pg 84.) ...! (Rainbow Magazine[http://www.cocopedia.com/wiki/index.php/Rainbow], June 1986, pg 90.)
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  • | year = 1986 Spectrogram was a monthly magazine that ran from June 1986 to June 1987 "for Color Computer users." Spectrogram was printed on slick
    990 bytes (134 words) - 16:33, 31 August 2016
  • ==1986==
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  • | endyear = 1986 Hot Coco ran from June 1983 to February 1986, with 6 extra monthly columns under the name Hot Coco, which was carried in
    3 KB (474 words) - 16:37, 31 August 2016
  • | pub_date = 1/1/[[1986]]
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  • ...among all of the Radio Shack controllers. This model was introduced in the 1986 Radio Shack catalog.
    1 KB (203 words) - 19:23, 31 March 2014
  • |year=October 1986 issue
    2 KB (266 words) - 19:28, 16 March 2019
  • ...rola 6800 when the original Apple was being developed in the late '70s. By 1986 prices for 8-bit processors had dropped dramatically from the late '70s, bu
    2 KB (217 words) - 09:12, 12 November 2015
  • | year= 1986 - 1994(?)
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  • ...Supplement to 500 POKES, PEEKS 'N EXECS for the TRS-80 Color Computer]] ([[1986]]) [[Kishmore M.Santwani]] * [[CoCo 3 Secrets Revealed]] ([[1986]]) [[John Gabbard]]
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  • | year = 1986 | infosource = 1986 Radio Shack catalog
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  • ...m was well received based on a review in [[Rainbow Magazine]] in the April 1986 Issue, pg 202.
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  • ...p was kept secret until shortly after the release of the CoCo 3 in July of 1986. That is what makes it an ''Easter Egg''. ...in earnest. It would eventually arrive in Radio Shack stores in August of 1986 and become a worthy competitor in the home computer arena.
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  • The Color Computer 3 (catalog # 26-3334) debuted on July 30, 1986, 6 years and 1 day after the debut of the
    3 KB (505 words) - 21:06, 10 September 2015
  • <h2>'''Review Rainbow January 1986'''</h2>
    6 KB (1,166 words) - 18:48, 22 March 2013
  • ...irst CoCo (a CoCo 3, which he had before Allen himself upgraded to the new 1986 model). Terry set out to write a bulletin board system, and in the process
    7 KB (1,148 words) - 16:41, 15 April 2020

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