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Re: wanted: VIC-20 advice [message #113883] Tue, 17 September 2013 14:53
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Date: Fri, 8-Mar-85 09:47:21 EST
Article-I.D.: brl-tgr.9075
Posted: Fri Mar  8 09:47:21 1985
Date-Received: Mon, 11-Mar-85 05:29:13 EST
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Reply-To: geoffs@brl-tgr.ARPA (Geoffrey Sauerborn (TANK) )
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In article <241@ucsbcsl.UUCP> brent@ucsbcsl.UUCP ( ) writes:
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>He would eventually like to have the VIC-20 monitor room temperatures
>and turn things like lights, fans, etc... on and off.
>
>Does anyone have any pointers to books or magazines I could give him?
>
	"The VIC-20 Connection" or (VIC Connection?) is a very good book
for this sort of thing. The book goes into detail (software and hardware)
on a couple "how to" projects. It even shows how you can turn your vic
into a computerized burglar alarm system.
	Sorry but I can't remember the author or publisher. I found a copy
in the public library and have seen it in finer book stores and computer
oriented stores.
						Geoff S.
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