Experiments With Your Computer [Quick Flick] | Nostalgia Nerd





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Published on Mar 9, 2017

Ever wanted to do some crazy experiments with your computer? Well now you can, thanks to Usborne books and this 1985 release in their computer book range. "This book contains lots of fun programs which enable you to use your computer to do experiments and analyze information", is how the book begins, and it really does. From a temperature sensor you can plug into your C64 to a pulse rate graph. This was where the fun in the 1980s world of micro computers was really at, and something we seem to be lacking, even with the arrival of the Raspberry Pi in recent times. Let's take a look at this publishing gem from Usborne books, in their glory days.

You can download the Usborne computer book collection from https://usborne.com/browse-books/feat... as well as being able to search the new coding books from Usborne, which is pretty cool to see. You will not regret downloading these beauties.

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