Scientific American Magazine Article



#15

I remember an issue in the mid-70's with an HP calculator keyboard close-up on the cover and some articles inside about how a calculator works, microcode, and digital electronics. I may be combining several issues in my memory. Can anyone specify the issue and maybe provide a link to the articles? My web search was fruitless. It seems only the newer and older issues have been digitized.


#16

See this thread:

http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/hpmuseum/archv018.cgi?read=137580


#17

That's it! Is your offer of a personal copy, not for profit, still available?


#18

Yes, it is.

You can contact me through the forum (click on the sender names in the postings to be directed to a contact page), but let me know if you already got a copy from someone else.

I can't deliver on it until next week.

#19

Ken:

How does one go about getting your email address?

John

#20

One very kind forum member scanned the article and sent it to me. I believe this article inspired my lifelong interest in digital electronics. It was fun to read it again, this time with one third of a century's experience behind me.


#21

I would really appreciate a copy. just remove all of the NS in my forum email listing.

John


#22

Contact me early next week if you are still looking for a copy.


#23

Thanks, Ken. I already got a copy.

John

#24

Hi Claus,

I'd love to get a copy, too... for purely non-commercial use, some kind of travel back in time!

Joel Setton

#25

Try this.


#26

That's the one! Cool.

#27

Here's a host of other advertisements for free from the newly released Popular Science Archives:

http://www.popsci.com/results?query=hp+calculator


#28

What a cool trip down Memory Lane!


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