Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 51 / AUGUST 1984 / PAGE 135

Telecommunications Aid

Source Telecomputing Corporation (STC) has announced Apple Sourcelink, the second in its series of communications software designed to supplement use of The Source by personal computer owners.

The software is compatible with the new Apple modem, as well as with the Hayes and Transend modem products, and is designed fcr the Apple II, IIe, and II+ with a minimum 48K of memory.

It combines features such as automatic dial-up and sign-on procedure for Telenet, Uninet, and Sourcenet data communications networks; "one-button" access to major services on The Source; simultaneous capture of data from The Source in the Apple memory or disks, including a capture editor; and data transfer from Apple disks to The Source, or vice versa, while on-line.

An additional feature allows Apple and IBM users to access automatically any number of predetermined services and data bases, once on-line.

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