Exclusive release · Scanned Magazines

beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter, New scanning project completed

Presented here are high quality PDF scans of a local Amiga computer users newsletter, published by the users group ‘beCAUS’.

Dennis Bowler donated them as a bundle of Amiga related magazines in February for scanning.

Canberra, ACT, Australia had a strong base of computer user clubs and I am proud to have archived all the material I have related to beCAUS.

Green folder icon: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4TF9hNHVUN0I2NmM?usp=sharing

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Canberra Amiga Users Society - Constitution
Microlink Computers ad  - Canberra
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-02
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-10
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-02
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-04
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-12
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-03
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-10
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-11
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-01
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-03
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-05
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-07
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-11
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-03,04
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-05,06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-07,08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1996-01


Perhaps one day the missing issues will be donated too.

Scanned Magazines

A2 Central and Open Apple Magazine as scanned by Jeremy Barr-Hyde

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Presented here are 113 editions of both A2 Central and Open Apple magazine, as re-scanned by yours truly in December 2016.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4TF9hNHVUN0I2NmM?usp=sharing

Steven has a fantastic summary of these magazines on his webpage: http://apple2history.org/history/ah21/

These PDF files are presented with significantly less compression and higher resolution than previously available online.

Click here if you would like to show your support in covering my costs with a contribution through PayPal.

A2 Central April 1989 Vol 5 No 3.pdf
A2 Central April 1990 Vol 6 No 3.pdf
A2 Central April 1991 Vol 7 No 3.pdf
A2 Central August 1989 Vol 5 No 7.pdf
A2 Central August 1990 Vol 6 No 7.pdf
A2 Central Catalog April 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog April 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog April 1991.pdf
A2 Central Catalog August 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog December 1988.pdf
A2 Central Catalog December 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog December 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog January 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog January 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog January 1991.pdf
A2 Central Catalog July 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog July 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog June 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog June 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog March 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog March 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog March 1991.pdf
A2 Central Catalog May 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog May 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog May 1991.pdf
A2 Central Catalog November 1988.pdf
A2 Central Catalog November 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog November 1990.pdf
A2 Central Catalog October 1988.pdf
A2 Central Catalog October 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog September 1989.pdf
A2 Central Catalog September 1990.pdf
A2 Central December 1989 Vol 5 No 11.pdf
A2 Central December 1990 Vol 6 No 11.pdf
A2 Central February 1989 Vol 5 No 1.pdf
A2 Central February 1990 Vol 6 No 1.pdf
A2 Central February 1991 Vol 7 No 1.pdf
A2 Central Index To Volume 5.pdf
A2 Central Index To Volume 6.pdf
A2 Central January 1990 Vol 5 No 12.pdf
A2 Central January 1991 Vol 6 No 12.pdf
A2 Central July 1989 Vol 5 No 6.pdf
A2 Central July 1990 Vol 6 No 6.pdf
A2 Central June 1989 Vol 5 No 5.pdf
A2 Central June 1990 Vol 6 No 5.pdf
A2 Central March 1989 Vol 5 No 2.pdf
A2 Central March 1990 Vol 6 No 2.pdf
A2 Central March 1991 Vol 7 No 2.pdf
A2 Central May 1989 Vol 5 No 4.pdf
A2 Central May 1990 Vol 6 No 4.pdf
A2 Central May 1991 Vol 7 No 4.pdf
A2 Central November Vol 5 No 10.pdf
A2 Central November Vol 6 No 10.pdf
A2 Central October 1989 Vol 5 No 9.pdf
A2 Central October 1990 Vol 6 No 9.pdf
A2 Central September 1989 Vol 5 No 8.pdf
A2 Central September 1990 Vol 6 No 8.pdf
A2 product Catalog 8:88.pdf
A2 product catalog 9:88.pdf
Open Apple April 1985 Vol 1 No 3.pdf
Open Apple April 1986 Vol2 No 3.pdf
Open Apple April 1987 Vol 3 No 3.pdf
Open Apple April 1988 Vol 4 No 3.pdf
Open Apple August 1985 Vol 1 No 7.pdf
Open Apple August 1986 Vol 2 No 7.pdf
Open Apple August 1987 Vol 3 No 7.pdf
Open Apple August 1988 Vol 4 No 7.pdf
Open Apple Debruary 1988 Vol 4 No 1.pdf
Open Apple December 1985 No 1 No 11.pdf
Open Apple December 1986 Vol 2 No 11.pdf
Open Apple December 1987 Vol 3 No 11.pdf
Open Apple December 1988 Vol 4 No 11.pdf
Open Apple February 1985 Vol 1 No 1.pdf
Open Apple February 1986 Vol 2 No 1.pdf
Open Apple February 1987 Vol 3 No 1.pdf
Open Apple Index To Volume 1.pdf
Open Apple Index To Volume 2.pdf
Open Apple Index To Volume 3.pdf
Open Apple Index To Volume 4.pdf
Open Apple January 1985 Vol 1 No 0.pdf
Open Apple January 1986 Vol 1 No 12.pdf
Open Apple January 1987 Vol 2 No 12.pdf
Open Apple January 1988 Vol 3 No 12.pdf
Open Apple January 1989 Vol 4 No 12.pdf
Open Apple July 1985 Vol 1 No 6.pdf
Open Apple July 1986 Vol 2 No 6.pdf
Open Apple July 1987 Vol 3 No 6.pdf
Open Apple July 1988 Vol 4 No 6.pdf
Open Apple June 1985 Vol 1 No 5.pdf
Open Apple June 1986 Vol 2 No 5.pdf
Open Apple June 1987 Vol 3 No 5.pdf
Open Apple June 1988 Vol 4 No 5.pdf
Open Apple March 1985 Vol 1 No 2.pdf
Open Apple March 1986 Vol 2 No 2.pdf
Open Apple March 1987 Vol 3 No 2.pdf
Open Apple March 1988 Vol 4 No 2.pdf
Open Apple May 1985 Vol 1 No 4.pdf
Open Apple May 1986 Vol 2 No 4.pdf
Open Apple May 1987 Vol 3 No 4.pdf
Open Apple May 1988 Vol 4 No 4.pdf
Open Apple November 1985 Vol 1 No 10.pdf
Open Apple November 1986 Vol 2 No 10.pdf
Open Apple November 1987 Volume 3 No 10.pdf
Open Apple November 1988 Vol 4 No 10.pdf
Open Apple October 1985 Vol 1 No 9.pdf
Open Apple October 1986 Vol 2 No 9.pdf
Open Apple October 1987 Vol 3 No 9.pdf
Open Apple October 1988 Vol 4 No 9.pdf
Open Apple September 1985 Vol 1 No 8.pdf
Open Apple September 1986 Vol 2 No 8.pdf
Open Apple September 1987 Vol 3 No 8.pdf
Open Apple September 1988 Vol 4 No 8.pdf
Applecations · Published in Australia · Scanned Magazines

Applecations – The Publication of the Apple Users Group – Sydney Australia as scanned by Jeremy Barr-Hyde

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Presented here is a link to my ‘Scanned Magazines’ folder as shared on Google Drive where you’ll find my archive of 93 Applecations magazines.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4TF9hNHVUN0I2NmM?usp=sharing

The aim of this blog post is to give a page for reference online.

Applecations is publication by the Apple User’s Group of Sydney, Australia and features advertisements, member articles and content from around the world related to the Apple II computer and later incorporating the Macintosh.

These magazines are a true wealth of discussion and news with an Australian perspective on the industry and user scene.  Member’s Handbooks are included which have an Index for each year too.

I’d like to give credit to those names behind Applecations which include:

From July 1983
PRESIDENT - Bruce Kehlet
VICE PRES - Michael McGunness
Secretary - Colin Rutherford
Treasuer - Peter Kazacos
Committee - Ron Lombardo

From August 1986
EXECUTIVE- PRESIDENT - Ron Lombardo
VICEPRES - Don Riley
SECRETARY - Bob Cornwall
TREASURER - Peter Kazacos
EDITOR -Hans Hoffman 
COMMITTEE- Membership Recorder - Graham Clarke 
Mac meeting Convenor -Ed Ashworth
Asst. Mac S.I.G - Marius Coomans
SALES - Library & Bulk Purchase - Chris Wanigesekera
Bulletin Board SYSOPs - Andrew Riley, Matthew Barnes 
Asst. Librarians - Michael Funayama (Mac), Bob Bradshaw (//)
Special Activities - John Rotenstein, Bruce Stanley, Ed Mehrte

From May 1989
Editor: Hans Offman
Contributing Editor: Tony Szabo
Distribution: Graham Clarke
Advertising: John Paske

Each magazine was made suitable for scanning by sharply removing the spine and scanned with a Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 scanner.  Lengthy experimentation was done to establish a workflow that delivers sharp, truly black text and minimal page bleed-through.  If you notice a skew to the text it is in the original.

Click here if you would like to show your support in covering my costs with a contribution through PayPal.

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 Files
Apple Users Group Newsletter, July 1981.pdf
Apple Users Group membership application form.pdf
Applecations April 1982.pdf
Applecations April 1983.pdf
Applecations April 1984.pdf
Applecations April 1985.pdf
Applecations April 1986.pdf
Applecations April 1987.pdf
Applecations April 1988.pdf
Applecations April 1989.pdf
Applecations April 1990.pdf
Applecations August 1982.pdf
Applecations August 1984.pdf
Applecations August 1985.pdf
Applecations August 1986.pdf
Applecations August 1987.pdf
Applecations August 1988.pdf
Applecations August 1989.pdf
Applecations December 1983.pdf
Applecations December 1987.pdf
Applecations February 1985.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1982.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1983.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1984.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1985.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1986.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1987.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1988.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1989.pdf
Applecations Jan:Feb 1990.pdf
Applecations July 1982.pdf
Applecations July 1983.pdf
Applecations July 1984.pdf
Applecations July 1985.pdf
Applecations July 1986.pdf
Applecations July 1987.pdf
Applecations July 1988.pdf
Applecations July 1989 (Cover Has Typo).pdf
Applecations July:August 1990.pdf
Applecations June 1982.pdf
Applecations June 1983.pdf
Applecations June 1984.pdf
Applecations June 1985.pdf
Applecations June 1986.pdf
Applecations June 1987.pdf
Applecations June 1988.pdf
Applecations June 1989.pdf
Applecations June 1990.pdf
Applecations March 1982.pdf
Applecations March 1983.pdf
Applecations March 1984.pdf
Applecations March 1986.pdf
Applecations March 1987.pdf
Applecations March 1988.pdf
Applecations March 1989.pdf
Applecations March 1990.pdf
Applecations May 1982.pdf
Applecations May 1983.pdf
Applecations May 1984.pdf
Applecations May 1985.pdf
Applecations May 1986.pdf
Applecations May 1987.pdf
Applecations May 1988.pdf
Applecations May 1989.pdf
Applecations May 1990.pdf
Applecations Nov:Dec 1982.pdf
Applecations Nov:Dec 1988.pdf
Applecations Nov:Dec 1989.pdf
Applecations Nov:Dec 1990.pdf
Applecations November 1983.pdf
Applecations November 1984.pdf
Applecations November 1985.pdf
Applecations November 1986.pdf
Applecations November 1987.pdf
Applecations October 1982.pdf
Applecations October 1983.pdf
Applecations October 1984.pdf
Applecations October 1985.pdf
Applecations October 1986.pdf
Applecations October 1987.pdf
Applecations October 1988.pdf
Applecations October 1989.pdf
Applecations October 1990.pdf
Applecations September 1982.pdf
Applecations September 1983.pdf
Applecations September 1984.pdf
Applecations September 1985.pdf
Applecations September 1986.pdf
Applecations September 1987.pdf
Applecations September 1989.pdf
Applecations September 1990.pdf
Applecations September.pdf
Members Handbook 1986-1987.pdf
Members Handbook 1987 And Index Of Applecations.pdf
Members Handbook 1990 - Apple User's Group Sydney.pdf
Rules of the Apple Users Group (Sydney).pdf
Software Library Listing of the Apple Users Group Sydney Australia.pdf
Scanned Magazines

Australian Mac User February 1997

https://archive.org/details/AustralianMacUserFebruary1997

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February 1997, Australian Magazine

MacOS and NeXTstep to merge,  BeOS to be a third-party alternative

1 3 New Mac OS strategy -Apple buys NeXT So ware.

1 5 PowerTools OEMs Motorola’s Macs – New cheaper Mac OS systems.

BJC-4550 – Canon’s A3-capable Mac- and PC-compatible colour inkjet. Ouickeys 3.5 -Macro-maker makes Macs move.

Boris Effects for Premiere – Special effects for desktop video. Origami – Learn the ancient art o f paper-folding.

Close Combat – Microsoft’s foray into war-gaming.

Now Startup Manager 7.0.1 – Control what you boot. Mode – Corel’s ‘interactive’ CD-ROM is disappointing. Pickle Street – Legal title for secondary schools. Warcraft – Excellent value in medieval strategy game.

Plan Be – We beta test BeOS – an alternative platform for your clone or Power Mac, that frees your processor from the shackles of an outdated Mac OS.

Muscle Macs -What’s the only thing hotter than a Power Mac? A Mac OS system with two PowerPC processors, .or even four. Multiprocessing brings muscle to your Mac.

Only three years ago, desktop scanners were prohibitively expensive for all but professional publishers. Now there are many low-cost options to choose from, and we test them here.

The Web Animator’s Toolbox -Web pages are starting to move – they’re dancing, singing, and saying ‘click me.’ If you want to put some wiggle onto the Web, read on

PageMill 2 -Adobe’s visual HTML editor has been signifcantly upgraded.

Tektronix Phaser 350 – Comes with free black ink.

QuarkImmedia – The leading page-layout program now has an XTension that turns it into a multimedia authoring environment.

Low cost scanners

Apple Education Packs – Cheaper ways to buy education so ware.

Posts relating to Australian Macworld magazine as hosted by Archive.org have been scanned by myself and placed online to reflect the Apple Macintosh industry in Australia at the time of publication.  I took on this scanning project as I could not find a single entry online of Australian computer magazines related to Apple.  Please enjoy the high quality scans including advertisements which can be best bit!

You are welcome to contact me if you would like the original file as I can see Archive.org has applied some unwanted processing to the PDF.

David Menere was the original owner.

Scanned Magazines

Australian Macworld May 1998

https://archive.org/details/AustralianMacworldMay1998

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May 1998 Australian Magazine

11 Exclusive lab test – We preview the new 300mhz Power Macintosh G3

12 QuickTime 3 out now

22 Entable – Uneven table tool for OuarkXPress.

You Don’t know Jack Movies &   – Dredging US-orientated trivia.

23 Disney’s Hades Challenge – Grumpy gods from ancient Greece. My Amazing Human Body – OK’s body-guide for younger children.

24 F/A-18 korea – The benchmark for Mac flight sims. Power3D – 30-acceleration card for games.

Hard Disk Toolkit 2.5

27 OX-Effects 3.0 – Special effects for OuarkXPress. Test Strip 2.02 – Colour plug-in gains features.

VideoShop 4.0/3D

29 Neosys 1.1 -Visualise your data

32 Web publisher’s essential took kit – Choosing the best HTML editor.
Exclusive lab test – We preview the new 300MHz Power Macintosh G3, and scan the horizon for follow-up products.
OuickTime 3 out now – The latest version of OuickTime, with both free and “professional” features, is available now for download.
21 Journeyman Project 3

Rich game hampered by average graphics.
25 Surf Express – The slower you surf, the better the acceleration

26 Deadlock -A sim without the work.

Stufflt Deluxe 4.5.1 -Minor bugs, major usefulness.

28  LANsurveyor 4.0 Network monitor weak on IP.

Video editor adds 30 support, music maker.

40 Java finally delivers – The fastest Java for Mac OS users.

46 Stop fumbling with your fonts – Manage your  typefaces with ease. 56 Flash fixes – Coping with a flashing question mark at start-up.
59 Three French tutors – Claudine Teaches French, Easy Language Conversational Skills and Francais I go head-to-head.

61 Two antivirus programs – Choosing between Virex and VirusScan

63 QuickTime VR Authoring Studio 1.0 – OTVR-production tool.

67 Final Effects Complete – Top video-effects collection grows.

Please note there is a single missing page which I apologise for

Posts relating to Australian Macworld magazine as hosted by Archive.org have been scanned by myself and placed online to reflect the Apple Macintosh industry in Australia at the time of publication.  I took on this scanning project as I could not find a single entry online of Australian computer magazines related to Apple.  Please enjoy the high quality scans including advertisements which can be best bit!

You are welcome to contact me if you would like the original file as I can see Archive.org has applied some unwanted processing to the PDF.

David Menere was the original owner.