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[11] Patent Number:
Hair
[45]
[54]
METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING A DESIRED
Date of Patent:
4,654,799
5,191,573
Mar. 2, 1993
3/ 1987 Ogaki et a1. ....................... .. 364/479
DIGITAL VIDEO OR AUDIO SIGNAL
[76] Inventor: Arthur R. Hair, 301 Oaklawn Dr.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15241
I21] App!’ No‘: s86’391
Primary Examiner_Hoa Nguyen
Attorney, Agent, or Firm-Ansel M. Schwartz
[57]
ABSTRACT
The present invention is a method for transmitting a
[22] Filed:
desired digital video or audio signal stored on a ?rst
Sep. 18, 1990
memory of a first party to a second memory of a second
Related US. Application Data
[63]
party. The method comprises the steps of transferring
Continuation of Ser. No. 206,497, Jun. 13, 1988, aban-
doned.
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' m‘mey via *1 telec°mmunicaPiPns line ‘° the ?rst Party
from the second party. Additionally, the method com
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prises the step of then connecting electronically via a
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telecommunications line the ?rst mummy with the sec_
0nd memory such that the desired signal can pass there
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between. Next, there is the step of transmitting the
desired digital signal from the ?rst memory with a
U,S_ PATENT DOCUMENTS
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4,567,359
11/1976
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transmitter in control and in possession of the ?rst party
to a receiver having the second memory at a location
determined by the second party. The receiver is in pos
session and in control of the second party. There is also
the step of then storing the digital signal in the second
mem°ry~
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COPYRIGHT PROTECTION: Since the invention
of tape recording devices, strict control and enforce
METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING A DESIRED
ment of copyright laws have proved dif?cult and im
DIGITAL VIDEO OR AUDIO SIGNAL
possible with home recorders. Additionally, the recent
This is a continuation of copending application Ser. 5 invention of Digital Audio Tape Recorders now jeopar
dizes the electronic copyright protection of quality
No. 07/206,497 ?led on Jun. 13, 1988, now abandoned.
Digital Audio Music on Compact Discs or Digital
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
Audio Tapes. If music exists on hardware units, it can
be copied.
The present invention is related to a method for the
electronic sales and distribution of digital audio or video
signals, and more particularly, to a method which a user
Accordingly, it is an objective of this invention is to
provide a new and improved methodology/system to
may purchase and receive digital audio or video signal
electronically sell and distribute Digital Audio Music.
A further objective of this invention to provide a new
from any location which the user has access to a tele
and improved methodology/system to electronically
communications line.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The three basic mediums (hardware units) of music:
store and retrieve Digital Audio Music.
Another objective of this invention is to provide a
new and improved methodology/system to electroni
records, tapes, and compact discs, greatly restricts the
cally manipulate, i.e., sort, cue, and select, Digital
Audio Music for playback.
transferability of music and results in a variety of inef?
eiencies.
20
CAPACITY: The individual hardware units as cited
Still another objective of this invention is to offer a
new and improved methodology/system which can
prevent unauthorized electronic copying of quality
above are limited as to the amount of music that can be
stored on each.
Digital Audio Music.
MATERIALS: The materials used to manufacture
the hardware units are subject to damage and deteriora
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
tion during normal operations, handling, and exposure
Briefly, this invention accomplishes the above cited
objectives by providing a new and improved me
thodology/system of electronic sales, distribution, stor
to the elements.
SIZE: The physical size of the hardware units irn
poses constraints on the quantity of hardware units
age, manipulation, retrieval, playback, and copyright
protection of Digital Audio Music. The high speed
which can be housed for playback in con?ned areas
such as in automobiles, boats, planes, etc.
transfer of Digital Audio Music as prescribed by this
RETRIEVAL: Hardware units limit the ability to
play, in a sequence selected by the user, songs from
different albums. For example, if the user wants to play
invention is stored onto one piece of hardware, a hard
one song from ten different albums, the user would
invention recalls stored music for playback as selected/
spend an inordinate amount of time handling, sorting,
and cueing the ten different hardware units.
programmed by the user. This invention can easily and
disk, thus eliminating the need to unnecessarily handle
records, tapes, or compact discs on a regular basis. This
electronically sort stored music based on many different
criteria such as, but not limited to, music category,
chase, hardware units need to be physically transfered 40 artist, album, user’s favorite songs, etc. An additional
feature of this invention is the random playback of
from the manufacturing facility to the wholesale ware
songs, also based on the user’s selection. For example,
house to &:he retail warehouse to the retail outlet, re
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION: Prior to ?nal pur
the user could have this invention randomly play all
jazz songs stored on the user’s hard disk, or randomly
sulting in lengthly, lag time between music creation and
music marketing, as well as incurring unnessary and
ware units and the material cost of the hardware units
play all songs by a certain artist, or randomly play all of
the user’s favorite songs which the user previously elec
tronically “tagged” as favorites. Further, being more
themselves, further drives up the cost of music to the
speci?c, the user can electronically select a series of
inefficient transfer and handling costs. Additionally,
tooling costs required for mass production of the hard
45
end user.
QUALITY: Until the recent invention of Digital 50
Audio Music, as used on Compact Discs, distortion free
transfer from the hardware units to the stereo system
individual songs from different albums for sequential
playback.
This invention can be con?gured to either accept
direct input of Digital Audio Music from the digital
output of a Compact Disc, such transfer would be per
formed by the private user, or this invention can be
known as binary. A series of commands known as zeros 55 con?gured to accept Digital Audio Music from a
source authorized by the copyright holder to sell and
or ones encode the music for future playback. Use of '
distribute the copyrighted materials, thus guaranteeing
laser retrieval of the binary commands results in distor
the ‘protection of such copyrighted materials. Either
tion free transfer of the music from the compact disc to
was virtually impossible. Digital Audio Music is simply
music converted into a very basic computer language
the stereo system. Quality Digital Audio Music is de
?ned as the binary structure of the Digital Audio Music.
method of electronically transfering Digital Audic
Music by means of this invention is intended to comply
with all copyright laws and restrictions and any such
transfer is subject to the appropriate authorization by
Music is not to be considered quality inasmuch as the
the copyright holder. Inasmuch as Digital Audio Music
binary structure itself is not recorded. While Digital
is software an this invention electronically transfers and
Audio Music on compact discs is a technological break
through in audio quality, the method by which the 65 stores such music, electronic sales and distribution of
the music can take place via telephone lines onto a hard
music is sold, distributed, stored, manipulated, re
disk. This new methodology/system of music sales and
trieved, played and protected from copyright infringe
Conventional analog tape recording of Digital Audio
ments remains as inef?cient as with records and tapes.
distribution will greatly reduce the cost of goods sold
3
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4
and will reduce the lag time between music creation and
music marketing from weeks down to hours.
The present invention is a method for transmitting a
Integrated Circuit 5012, an Incoming Random Access
Memory Chip 50c, and a Play Back Random Access
desired digital video or audio signal stored on a ?rst
Control Unit 20 would have a control panel and control
integrated circuit similar to that of the user’s Control
Unit 50. The authorized agent's Control Unit 20, how
ever, would only require the Sales Random Access
Memory Chip 200. The other components in FIG. 1
Memory Chip 50d. Similarly, the authorized agent's
memory of a ?rst party to a second memory of a second
party. The method comprises the steps of transferring
money via a telecommunications line to the ?rst party
from the second party. Additionally, the method com
prises the step of then connecting electronically via a
telecommunications line the ?rst memory with the sec
ond memory such that the desired digital signal can pass
therebetween. Next, there is the step of transmitting the
desired digital signal from the ?rst memory with a
transmitter in control and in possession of the ?rst party
include a Hard Disk 60, a Video (display Unit 70, and a
set of Stereo Speakers 80;
Referring now to FIG. 2, with the exception of a
substitution of a Compact Disc Player 40 (as the initial
source of Digital Audio Music) for the agent’s Hard
Disk 10, the agent’s Control Unit 20, and the Telephone
to a receiver having the second memory at a location 15 Lines 30 in FIG. 1, FIG. 2 is the same as FIG. 1.
determined by the second party. The receiver is in pos
session and in control of the second party. There is also
In FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the following components are
already commercially available: the agent's Hard Disk
10, the Telephone Lines 30, the Compact Disc Player
40, the user’s Hard Disk 60, the Video Display Unit 70,
the step of then storing the digital signal in the second
vmemory.
Further objectives and advantages of this invention 20 ‘and the Stereo Speakers 80. The Control Units 20 and
will become apparent as the following description pro
50, however, would be designed speci?cally to meet the
ceeds and the particular features of novelty which char
teachings of this invention. The design of the control
acterize this invention will be pointed out in the claims
units would incorporate the following functional fea
annexed to and forming a part of this declaration.
tures:
25
l) the Control Panels 20a and 50a would be designed
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SEVERAL
to permit the agent and user to program the respective
VIEWS OF DRAWINGS
Control Integrated Circuits 20b and 50b,
For a better understanding of this invention, refer
2) the Control Integrated Circuits 20b and 50b would
ence should be made to the following detailed descrip
be designed to control and execute the respective com
tion, taken in conjunction with the accompanying
mands of the agent and user and regulate the electronic
drawings, in which:
transfer of Digital Audio Music throughout the system,
FIG. 1 is a pictorial ?ow chart which may be used in
additionally, the sales Control Integrated Circuit 20b
carrying out the teachings of this invention for the pur
could electronically code the Digital Audio Music in a
poses of electronic sales, distribution, storage, manipu
con?guration which would prevent unauthorized re
lation, retrieval, playback, and copyright protection of 35 productions of the copyrighted material,
Digital Audio Music; and
3) the Sales Random Access Memory Chip 20c would
FIG. 2 is a pictorial flow chart which may be used in
be designed to temporarily store user purchased Digital
carrying out the teachings of this invention for the pur
Audio Music for subsequent electronic transfer via tele
poses of electronic storage, manipulation, retrieval, and
phone lines to the user’s Control Unit 50,
playback of Digital Audio Music.
4) the Incoming Random Access Memory Chip 50c
would be designed to temporarily store Digital Audio
DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED
a
EMBODIMENT
Music for subsequent electronic storage to the user’s
Hard Disk 60,
.
Referring now to the FIG. 1, this invention is com
5)
the
Play
Back
Random
Access Memory Chip 500’
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prised of the following:
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10 Hard Disk of the copyright holder
20 Control Unit of the copyright holder
204 Control Panel
20b Control Integrated Circuit
20c Sales Random Access Memory Chip
30 Telephone Lines/Input Transfer
50 Control Unit of the user
500 Control Panel
50b Control Integrated circuit
500 Incoming Random Access Memory Chip
50d Play Back Random Access Memory Chip
60 Hard Disk of the user
70 Video Display Unit
80 Stereo Speakers
would be designed to temporarily store Digital Audio
Music for sequential playback.
The foregoing description of the Control Units 20
and 50 is intended as an example only and thereby is not
50 restrictive with respect to the exact number of compo
nents and/or its actual design.
Once the Digital Audio Music has been electronically
stored onto the user’s Hard Disk 60, having the poten
tial to store literally thousands of songs, the user is free
55 to perform the many functions of this invention. To play
a stored song, the user types in the appropriate com
mands on the Control Panel 50a, and those commands
are relayed to the Control Integrated Circuit 50b which
retrieves the selected \song from the Hard Disk 60.
The Hard Disk 10 of the agent authorized to electron-. 60 When a song is retrieved from the Hard Disk 60 only a
ically sell and distribute the copyrighted Digital Audio
Music is the originating source of music in the con?gu
ration as outlined in FIG. 1. The Control Unit 20 of the
authorized agent is the means by which the electronic
transfer of the Digital Audio Music from the agent’s
Hard Disk 10 via the Telephone Lines 30 to the user’s
Control Unit 50 is possible. The user’s Control Unit
would be comprised of a Control Panel 500, a Control
replica of the permanently stored song is retrieved. The
permanently stored song remains intact on the Hard
Disk 60, thus allowing repeated playback. The Control
Integrated Circuit 50b stores the replica onto the Play
65 Back Random Access Memory Chip 50d at a high trans
fer rate. The Control Integrated Circuit 50b then sends
the electronic output to the Stereo Speakers 80 at a
controlled rate using the Play Back Random Access
5
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Memory Chip 50d as a temporary staging point for the
Digital Audio Music.
Unique to this invention is that the Control Unit 50
also serves as the user’s personal disk jocky. The user
may request speci?c songs to be electronically cued for
playback, or may request the Control Unit 50 to ran
domly select songs based on the user’s criteria. All of
these commands are electronically stored in random
6
Music and can include Digital Video, Digital Commer
cials, and other applications of digital information.
I claim:
1. A method for transmitting a desired digital audio
signal stored on a ?rst memory of a ?rst party to a
second memory of a second party comprising the steps
of:
transferring money electronically via a telecommuni
cation lien to the ?rst party at a location remote
from the second memory and controlling use of the
access memory enabling the control unit to remember
prior commands while simultaneously performing other
?rst memory from the second party ?nancially
distinct from the ?rst party, said second party con
trolling use and in possession of the second mem
tasks requested by the user and, at the same &time,
continuing to play songs previously cued.
Offering a convenient visual display of the user’s
library of songs is but one more new and improved
aspect of this invention. As the Control Unit 50 is exe
cuting the user’s commands to electronically sort, se
of)’;
connecting electronically via a telecommunications
line the ?rst memory with the second memory such
that the desired digital audio signal can pass there
lect, randomly play, etc., the Video Display Screen 70 is
between;
transmitting the desired digital audio signal from the
continually providing feedback to the user. The Video
Display Screen 70 can list/scroll all songs stored on the
?rst memory with a transmitter in control and
Hard Disk 60, list/scroll all cued songs, display the
possession of the ?rst party to a receiver having the
current command function selected by the user, etc.
second memory at a location determined by the
second party, said receiver in possession and con
Further expanding upon the improvements this inven
tion has to offer, the Video Display Screen 70 can dis
play the lyrics of the song being played, as well as the
name of the song, album, artist, recording company,
date of recording, duration of song, etc. This is possible
if the lyrics and other incidental information are elec
tronically stored to the Hard Disk 60 with the Digital
Audio Music.
The present invention is a method for transmitting a
.
trol of the second party; and
storing the digital signal in the second memory.
2. A method as described in claim 1 including after
the transferring step, the steps of searching the ?rst
memory for the desired digital audio signal; and select
ing the desired digital audio signal from the ?rst mem
cry.
3. A method as described in claim 2 wherein the
desired digital video or audio signal stored on a ?rst
transferring step includes the steps of telephoning the
memory of a ?rst party to a second memory of a second
?rst party controlling use of the ?rst memory by the
second party; providing a credit card number of the
second party controlling the second memory to the ?rst
party. The method comprises the steps of transferring
money via a telecommunications line to the ?rst party
from the second party. Additionally, the method com
prises the step of then connecting electronically via a
telecommunications line the ?rst memory with the sec
ond memory such that the desired digital signal can pass
therebetween. Next, there is the step of transmitting the
desired digital signal from the ?rst memory with a
transmitter in control and in possession of the ?rst party
to a receiver having the second memory at a location
determined by the second party. The receiver is in pos
session and in control of the second party. There is also
the step of then storing the digital signal in the second
45
memory.
In summary, there has been disclosed a new and im
proved methodology/system by which Digital Audio
Music can be electronically sold, distributed, trans
ferred, and stored. Further, there has been disclosed a
new and improved methodology/system by which Dig
ital Audio Music can be electronically manipulated, i.e.,
sorted, cued, and selected for playback. Further still,
there has beer disclosed a new and improved me
thodology/system by which the electronic manipula
tion of Digital Audio Music can be visually displayed
for the convenience of the user. Additionally, there has
been disclosed a new and improved methodology/sys
tem by which electronic copyright protection of quality
Digital Audio Music is possible through use of this
invention.
Since numerous changes may be made in the above
described process and apparatus and different embodi
ments of the invention may be made without departing
party controlling the ?rst memory so the second party
is charged money.
4. A method for transmitting a desired digital video
signal stored on a ?rst memory of a ?rst party to a
second memory of a second party comprising the steps
Of:
transferring money electronically via a telecommuni
cations line to the ?rst party at a location remote
from the second memory and controlling use of the
?rst memory, from a second party ?nancially dis
tinct from the ?rst party, said second party in con
trol and in possession of the second memory;
connecting electronically via a telecommunications
line the ?rst memory with the second memory such
that the desired digital video signal can pass there
between;
transmitting the desired digital video signal from the
?rst memory with a transmitter in control and
possession of the ?rst party to a receiver having the
second memory at a location determined by the
second party, said receiver in possession and con
trol of the second party; and
storing the digital signal in the second memory.
5. A method as described in claim 4 including after
the transferring money step, the step of searching the
?rst memory for the desired digital signal and selecting
the desired digital signal from the ?rst memory.
6. A method as described in claim 5 wherein the
transferring step ‘includes the steps of telephoning the
?rst party controlling use of the ?rst memory by the
second party controlling the second memory; providing
a credit card number of the second party controlling the
from the spirit thereof, it is intended that all matter
contained in the foregoing description or shown in the 65 second memory to the ?rst party controlling the ?rst
memory so the second party controlling the second
accompanying drawings shall be interpreted as illustra
memory is charged money.
tive, and not in a limiting sense. Further, it is intended
that this invention is not to be limited to Digital Audio
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5 , 191 ,573
DATED
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CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION
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PATENT NO.
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DATED
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Signed and Sealed this
Twenty-?rst Day of Dgcembcr, 1993
Me“:
6144 W
BRUCE LEI-{MAN
Arresting Officer
Cnmmlssiuner of Patents and Trademark.‘
US005191573C1
(12) EX PARTE REEXAMINATION CERTIFICATE (7 888th)
United States Patent
(10) Number:
US 5,191,573 C1
Hair
(54)
METHOD FOR TRANSMITTINGA DESIRED
3,696,297 A
10/1972 Otero
DIGITAL VIDEO OR AUDIO SIGNAL
3,718,906
3,824,597
3,947,882
3,990,710
2/1973
7/1974
3/1976
11/1976
(75) Inventor:
Arthur R. Hair, Pittsburgh, PA (US)
(Us)
Reexamination Certi?cate for:
Elkins
Gould et al.
Wain
Baer et al.
Fuerle
5,191,573
Mar. 2, 1993
(Continued)
Appl. No.:
Filed:
07/586,391
Sep. 18, 1990
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(Continued)
Primary ExamineriRoland G Foster
(57)
comprises the step of transferring money via a telecommuni
cations line to the ?rst party from the second party.
Additionally, the method comprises the step of then connect
ing electronically via a telecommunications line the ?rst
memory With the second memory such that the desired digi
tal signal can pass therebetWeen. Next, there is the step of
transmitting the desired digital signal from the ?rst memory
348/E7.071; 369/15; 369/84; 369/85
Field of Classi?cation Search ...................... .. None
See application ?le for complete search history.
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With a transmitter in control and in possession of the ?rst
party to a receiver having the second memory at a location
U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS
3,244,809 A
3,602,891 A
determined by the second party. The receiver is in possession
4/ 1966 Fuller er a1,
8/1971 Clark et a1.
COMPACT
msc
P LAYER
ABSTRACT
The present invention is a method for transmtting a desired
digital video or audio signal stored on a ?rst memory of a
?rst party to a second memory of a second party. The method
US. Cl. ........................ .. 369/84; 235/380; 235/381;
(56)
2/1987
6/1986
12/1987
“The History of Recordings”, Recording Industry of Asso
ciation, retrieved from http://WWW.riaa.com/issues/audio/
hisotry.asp on Sep. 19, 2006.*
Continuation of application No. 07/206,497, ?led on Jun.
Int. Cl.
G11B 27/34
G11B 27/031
G11B 27/034
G11B 27/00
G11B 27/10
G11B 20/00
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G07F 17/16
H04N 7/173
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62-284496
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(58)
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11/1978
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Patent No.:
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A
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6/1977 Ulicki
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4,108,365 A
4,124,773
4,300,040
4,335,809
4,359,223
4,370,649
Reexamination Request:
No. 90/007,402, Jan. 31, 2005
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Gremillet
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Von Kohorn
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pact Disc Handbook, 2nd Edition,” by Ken C. Pohlmann,
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DialiAiGameiGameLine module links WCS with Game
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Pro?le4Career Update, Key board News, Apr. 1985.
TelecommunicationsiLet Your Telephone Do the Sam
pling, B. Tolinski, KSC, Apr. 1986.
PAN: Meeting Place for the Industry, P. Leopold, Electronic
Most Silicon Valley Ventures Beat the Odds, S. Herhold,
KnightiRidder Tribune Business News, Feb. 14, 1999.
Entire Sep. Issue, Electronic Musician, Sep. 1986.
Digit DownloadiGuidelines for the Architecture of Audio
Musician, Sep. 1986.
Technical Facilities at an Online Music Retail Site, Prelimi
A Harmonious Musical InterfaceiInstrument Connectivity
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System for Reproducing information in material objects at a
point at sale location, USPTO.
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The Information Source of the Future is Online now: Elec
The Telharmonium: An Early Breakthrough in Electronic
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Free Music Downloads, CDNow, CDNow Web Site (CDN
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Getting Into PAN, S. Lloyd, Sonics (nothing else appears).
MIDI By Modem: The Future in Now, P. Leopold, Confer
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Dec. 1985.
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Downloading and Teleidelivery of Computer Software,
Music and Video, International Resource Development, Inc.
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Hybrid Acts, Inc., Keyboard MagaZine, Jul. 1986.
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What is Stalling the Record Business? No author listed,
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The Record Shop of the Future May Be In Your Parlour,
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CompuSonics DSPiIOOO World’s First DARPS, Compu
The Latest Technology, R. Harrington, Washington Post,
We Mean Business, C.S. Kaplan, Con. Elec. Daily, May 10,
Jun. 28, 1981.
Thaddeus Cahill and the Telharmonium (electric instru
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Thaddeus Cahill’s Dynamophone/Telharmonium (1897),
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20, 1984.
Warner Amex QUBE Cable Communications, No author
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Manufacturing Update, Audio Video Inter. Jun. 1984.
CompuSonics Fuses Computer, Audio Into “Worlds First”
HDR, M. Golden, CES Trade News Daily, Jun. 4, 1984.
Digital Sound Now on Computer Disks, S. Booth, Consumer
Elec. Daily, Jun. 3, 1984.
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CompuSonics Readies Floppy disc to record . . . , HFS
A Blast From The Past, P. Conger, http://www.cableworld.
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Newspaper, Jun. 4, 1984.
Floppy disc may be the next music Makers, Business Week,
May 28, 1984.
CompuSonics: Another Digital Audio St., N. Weinstock,
MIX, Aug. 1984.
The State of RCA, TV Digest, May 21, 1984.
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Where Is Everyone Now, No author listed, http://www.elec
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Juke Box History 1934 thru 1951, Gert Almind, http://ww
The Shyvers Multiphone, No author listed, http://www.dyz.
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Dead Medium: Telephonic Jukeboxes: The Shyvers Multi
OpticaliDisk based Digital Audio System, B. Robinson,
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.
. , CES ExhibitioniD&E,
Downloading and Teledelivery of computer software,
BrochureiCompuSonics DSPil 000, CompuSonics Corp.
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Business Plan Overview, CompuSonics, Corp., Jun. 14,
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Compusonics Digitizes Phone Lines, No author listed, Digi
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AT&T Demo, No author listed, Pro Sound News, Sep. 9,
1985.
Videogames and Electronic Toys, Int’l Resources Dev. Inc.,
May 1983.
Compusonics Eyes Options; Will Flagship Computer Make
Direct CD Copies?, M. Harrington, Information Access Co.,
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Direct Broadcast’s Potential For Delivering Data Service, E.
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Toward Electronic Delivery of Music, J .P. Stautner, Compu
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Company sees Future in Digital, J. Hendon, Rocky Moun
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FloppyiDisk Audio System, A. Mereson, Science Digest,
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Recording Music on Floppy Discs, A. Zuckerman, High
Technology, May 1984.
Digital Recording System Uses ?oppyidiscs, Audio Times,
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New HiiFi Horizons, D. Canada, Stereo Review, Dec. 1984.
Computer Music Networks, C. Roads, Computer Music
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Mixing and Recording, D. Schwartz, AES 76th Convention,
NYC, Jun. 20, 1984.
A High Speed Telecommunications Interface for Digital
Audio Transmission and Reception, H. H. Sohn, Compuso
nics Corp.
Journal, Fall 1986.
Announcements, C. Roads, Computer Music Journal, Sep.
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CVC Gameline Master Module, No author listed, http://
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Oregon Corporate Records, Re: SynthiBank, Oregon Secre
The Audio Computer and its applications, Schwartz & Staut
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ner, Compusonics Corp.
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Southern Dist. Of New York.
Memo: To Mr. Kapp; from D. Schwartz, D. Schwartz, Com
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Application Notes: CSX Digital Signaling Processing, Com
puSonics Corporation.
Warner Amex QUBE Cable Communications (Articles),
(CDN 023158).
QUBEiists
(Where
is
everyone
now?),
(CDN
023159423160).
DMS Lecture, Compusonics Corporation, 1991.
The Shyvers Multiphone, (CDN023161*23162).
Application Notes: DSP 1000 Digital Audio Disc Recorder,
Dead medium: Telephonic Jukeboxes: The Shyvers Multi
Compusonics Corporation.
phone (Multiphone), (CDN 023163423166).
Letter to E. Kraeutler, Esq. Re: CDNews/Liquid Auto, I.
Jukebox History 193441951, (CDN 023167423173).
Gross, Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and RosatiiApr. 14,
New Music Box (Keyboard and Tactile Interfaces), Oct.
2000.
1999 (CDN 023174423180).
Britannica.com (telharmonium), (CDN 023181).
Patent License Agreement, Schoen & Hooban, Ergon Tech
nology Associates Corp.
Book Review (Magic Music from the Telharmonium), Paul
The Home Terminal, IRD, Inc., Aug. 1978.
Rolm Plugs CBX Into, EMMSiMay 2, 1983.
Hertz, The Scarecrow Press, Inc., (CDN 023182).
Thaddeus Cahill (Dynamophone/Telharmonium) 1897,
Employee NoniCompetition Agreement, CDNow, Inc.
(CDN 023183423186).
Letter to D. Berl, Esq., K.J. Choi, Lucent Technologies.
Video Explosion on the way for buyers, M. Galligan, US
News and World Report, Jun. 18, 1984.
Thaddeus Cahill and the Telharmonium (electric instru
HiiFi in the ’80’s: Not only Alive and Well . . . , L. Feldman,
Information Access Co., Jul. 1984.
ment), (CDN 023187423189).
Style (The Latest Technology), Richard Harrington, Jun. 28,
1981 (CDN 023190423191).
Financial, Oct. 13, 1981 (Tuesday) (CDN 023192).
The Search for the Digital Recorder, B. Dumaine, Time,
Inc., Nov. 12, 1984.
Labels Gear Up For “Home Music Store”, Earl Paige Ken
Ultimate Integration: Putting Software theory into . . . , J.
Abstract (Home Music Store), Laura Landro, Oct. 14, 1981
Balga, Information Access Co., Feb. 12, 1985.
Technology Review, R. Welch, The American Banker, Dec.
12, 1986.
Washington Business (Music From the Skies Promised By
Firm Serving Cable Users), Scott Chase, Oct. 19, 1981
Terry Bill Holland, Apr. 6, 1991 (CDN 023193423194).
(Wednesday) (CDN 023195).
Remembering the Gameline, D. Skelton, www.mindspring.
(Monday) (CDN 023196).
com.
Arts and Leisure Desk (Sounds: The Record Shop Of The
Gameline Module links with game bank, D. Burns, www.a
Future May In Your Parlor), Hans Fantel, Nov. 22, 1981
tarimagaZines.com.
(Sunday) (CDN 023197423199).
Allison 7 Video, Allison, EE 380 Feb. 18, 1987.
TelesoftwareiValue Added Teletext, J. Hedger, IEEE
Transactions on Consumer Electronics; Feb.1980, vol.
Media & Advertising (What is stalling the record business),
Nov. 30, 1981. (Industrial Edition) (CDN 023200423202).
CEi26.
Yarrow, Jul. 4, 1982 (L. City Final Edition) (CDN
Telesoftware: Home Computing Via Broadcast Teletext, J.
Hedger, IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics; Jul.
1999, vol. CEi25, No. 3.
023203423204.
The Future of Television as The Home Communications Ter
minal, International Resource Development Inc., Aug. 1981
(CDN 23101423109).
Financial Desk (Cable TV Moves to the Music, Andrew L.
TSC WriteiUps, (CDN 023552).
Telphone Software Connection, Inc. (The Hayes Micromo
dem II), (CDN 023553423554.
TSC Bibliography (CalliApple), (CDN 023556423567).
Computers (Telephone Software Connection), (CDN
Videogames & Electronic Toys, note, International Resource
023559).
Development, Inc May 1983 (CDN 023054).
Article References (Now Your Home), Popular Mechanics,
Mar. 1981. (CDN 023555423568).
Telepay vs. Videodisc, International Resource Development
Inc., Sep. 1982 (CDN 023068).
Buyers Guide (Branch Centers), (CDN 023569423570).
Health, Wealth & Selfilmprovement Home Software, Inter
national Resource Development Inc., Sep. 1985 (CDN
News Link (Software delivery now at 2400 baud), Dec.
023091).
1985. (CDN 023571).
Telephone Software Connection, (CDN 023572423573).
Software (Online Tip), (CDN 023574).
Telecommunications Market Opportunities, International
Resource Development Inc., Nov. 1985 (CDN
Telecommunicating (PC*Talk.III), (CDN 023575).
02311(L023138.
Poll (Adults believe children know more about computers),
VideoPrint (Contents), Jun. 22, 1983 (CDN 023139423142).
Lawrence Kilman, Oct. 16, 1985 (CDN 023576).
Electronic Mall (Telephone Software Connection), (CDN
CompSonics/Carts, Sep. 9, 1985 (CDN 023143).
Current Samples (Compusonics DigitiZes Phone Lines),
Sep. 1985 (CDN 023144).
023577).
Data Communications (Protecting Your Network Data),
(BME) Station Automation (New Telerecording Method for
Audio, Oct. 1985 (CDN 023145423146).
Elisabeth Horwitt, (CDN 023578).
HighiTech doiDads for the man of the house (Sound Invest
023579423583).
To Catch A Thief (Microcomputer), Jul. 1985. (CDN
ments), (CDN 023147423150).
Caller Response (Services) (Shopping for software at home,
New Software (Delivery over the phone), Telephone Soft
ware Connection Inc. Oct., 1982 (CDN 023151).
Communications (No time to shop for software), Jessica
by phone), (CDN 023584).
Paioff, Aug. 20, 1984 (CDN023152).
Warner Amex QUBE Cable Communications, Peggy Con
Entry (Entry goes on line!), (CDN 023586).
Unique (2000 New Articles Screened Each Day), (CDN
ger, (CDN 0231534023157).
023587).
On Line Consulting (Planning, Programming & Training),
(CDN 023585).
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Entry (Entry Magazine), (CDN 023588).
Display (Datamost), (CDN 023699).
Satin and lace, and a message base (A board is a board), Dru
Cider (What’s New This Month), Jun. 1983 (CDN
Simon, (CDN 023589).
023700423701).
Display (2nd Generation Spreadsheet), (CDN 023702).
Re?ections (on the videotex industry), Carole Houze Gerber,
(CDN 023590).
Telecommunications (Telecommunications Adviser), Ed
Software Online (Help for Disabled Computer Users),
Magnin, Telephone Software Connection Inc. Jun. 1983
(CDN 023591).
(CDN 023703423704).
Telescan Analyzer & Telescan Database, Dec. 1984. (CDN
Cider Book Shelf, Jun. 1983 (CDN 023705423706).
023592).
Telecommunications
Reader Service (Phone secretary II), Dec. 1984. (CDN
“Acoustic”, Ed Magnin, Telephone Software Connection
Inc. Jun. 1983 (CDN 023707423709).
Downloader’s Supermarket, Jun. 1983 (CDN 023710).
Letters (Krell Responds to review of LOGO), (CDN
02371 1).
Display (Apple Orchard) Peelings II responds. Nov. 2, 1983
023593423595).
Communications Software (Software Communications
Inc.), Nov. 1984 (CDN 0235964023601).
Communications (No time to shop for software?), Jessica
Paioff, Aug. 20, 1984 (023602).
Link (Telephone Software),
May
1984.
(CDN
023603423621).
Sample of Available Graphics Programs (Manufacturer),
Oct. 1984 (CDN 023607).
RAM Required, Oct. 1984 (CDN 023608).
(Telecommunications
Adviser)
(CDN 023712423713).
Display (Nibble is Terri?c), (CDN 023714).
Technology (Electronic Software Delivery Threatens Mail
And Store Sales), William M. Bulkeley, Apr. 11, 1983 (CDN
023716423717) The Wall Street Journal.
Telecommunicating, Art Kleiner, Spring 1984, (CDN
ET Phones O?ice (Electronic Transfer), Apr. 1983 (CDN
02361(L23611).
023718423721) The Digest.
Whole Earth Recommended Telecommunication Tools (Ter
Western Union’s Easylink Gets Direct TelexiToiPC Con
minal Programs), Feb. 1984 (CDN 023612423613).
nection, Mar. 21, 1983 (CDN 023722)Information System
Mite (Finding Mite), Spring 1984 (CDN 023614423618).
Electronic Mail Programs (MCI Mail), Spring 1984 (CDN
News.
02361 9).
Computer Conferencing Systems ( CompuServe Special
Interest Groups (SIGs), Spring 1984 (CDN 023620).
The Book Of Software, 1983 (CDN 02723423725).
Softalk Classi?ed Advertising (The Predictor), Apr. 1983
(CDN023726i23729 Softalk.
Programs boogie withioitech (Sales styles and marking
Uncorrected Page Proof (How RO Get Free Software),
strategies: A hard look at software), Joanne Cleaver,
Alfred Glossbrenner, (CDN 023622).
(CDN023730*23731) Home Computer.
The Treasure Trove (Comments;Diversi*DOS), DSR,Inc
Marketing Moves (Information services move modems),
Deborah de Peyster, Mar. 7, 1983 (CDN 023733) ISO
(CDN 023623423630).
In Search of the Consummate Time Manager (Effective
World.
Management), Margaret P. Ezell, (CDN 023631423632).
ComputeriBased Business Files (Available ?le transfer soft
Display (meet, report,sell, plan), (CDN 023633).
ware), Mar./Apr. 1983 (CDN 023734423735).
Turning Point (Time is Money), (CDN 023634).
Lection, May 1984 (CDN 023635423636).
Chapter II Using Your Thunderclock Plus (Applications
Software Packages Supporting the Thunderlock Plus),
Getting on Communi (Proveders and Consumers), Ed Mag
nin, Telephone Software Connection, Inc. Mar. 1984 (CDN
023637423638).
Telecommunications (A Software Vending Machine), Ed
Magnin, Telephone Software Connection, Inc. Mar. 1984
(CDN 023639).
(CDN 023736).
Thunderclock Plus (U ser’s Guide), (CDN 023737).
Pinball wizardry’s gone electronic (the home computer),
Duane Sandul, (CDN 023738).
Programmed to trim that waistline (the home computer),
Duane Sandul, Feb. 5, 1983 (CDN 023739).
Telecommunications (Auto Modem), Michael J. O’Neil,
High adventure (the home computer), Duane Sandul, (CDN
Mar. 1984 (CDN023640).
Micro Software Distribution (Now,Software Is Distributed
023740).
Variation on a Theme, Dec. 1982 (CDN 023742).
By Wire, Ronald R. Cooke, Nov. 1983 (CDN 023642).
Programmers Library, Paul Leighton, Dec. 1982 (CDN
References:
Of?ces
and
Numbers.
1984
(CDN
023743423744).
023643423660).
The Arcade Machine (Introduction), Chris J ochumson Doug
Softalk (SubLogic), Dec. 1983 (CDN 023661423676).
Carlston, (CDN 023745).
The TRS Connection, Nov. 1983 9CDN 0236774023679).
Telephone Transfer II (Introduction), Leifhton Paul Ed Mag
nin, Nov. 1982 (CDN 023746).
Stephen
Billard
Printographer
(Introduction),
Display (The Access Unlimited Micro Shoping Center),
Nov. 1983 (CDN 023680).
Telecommunications (Telecommunications Adviser), Ed
Magnin, Telephone Software Connection Inc. Nov. 1983
(CDN023747).
Connecting Your Computer to a Modern: Where to Start, Bill
(CDN 023681423682).
Chalgren (CDN 023748423756).
Communications (Special Delivery Software), Lisa B. Stahr,
Oct. 1983 (CDN 023683423686).
L.I.S.A. (Laser Systems Interactive Sybolic Assembler) V.
Plumb (Employment Want Ads Go Online), Jun. 1983 (CDN
23688 23695).
Recent Computer Science Books, (CDN 023759423763).
Modifying Your Monitor Program, Lcighton Paul,
1.5, (CDN 023757423758).
Apple’s New Image, (CDN 023696).
(CDN023764i23765).
Tech (Lisa And Software WritersiNo Love At First Byte?),
Modems: Hooking your Computer to the World, Stan Miast
Jessica Schwartz, (CDN 023697423698).
kowski George Stewart, Dec. 1982 (CDN 023766423772).
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Displays (COOSOL Computer Products), Dec. 1982 (CDN
DialiYo Directory (Talking Terminals, Frank J. Der?er, Jr.,
Jan. 1981 (CDN 023906423907).
Apple Cart (Books), Chuck Carpenter, (CDN
023788).
023908423910).
Business (Telephone Software Connection), Dec. 1982
(CDN 023774423787.
Displays: Apple (AmperiMagic), Dec. 1982 (CDN 023789).
Tomorrow’s Apples Today (Telephone Transfer II), Nov.
1982 (CDN 02379(L23792).
Display: (Music Maker Etc.), (CDN 023793).
Display: Space War and Invasion, (CDN 023911).
Marketalk News (Hardhat Software), Nov. 1980 (CDN
023912423913).
Admin.:Hello
CBS
News
(Letter to
Ed),
(CDN
A Guide to Communication Software Packages (Cutting line
cost), Oct. 1982 CDN 023794423807).
023915423916).
Data Communication Professionals:(Engineering Depart
ment ManageriSoftware, Oct. 1982 (CDN 023808).
Novation Premieres New Exhibit at Two Los Angeles
Modems and the Micromodem II, Athol H. Cohen, (CDN
Microprocessor Newsletter: Microprocessor Training Cen
ter, Jun. 5, 1980 (CDN 023924423932).
023809423818.
Software
(Arcade
Math),
Sep./Oct.
1982
(CDN
Display: Advanced Electronics, (CDN 023918).
Shows, (CDN 023919423923).
The Telephone Software Experience a Review (of Sorts), Val
023819423821).
J. Golding, May 1980 (CDN 023933423935).
Marketing (Makers Transform the Ways Computer Pro
grams Are Sold), Susan Chace, Aug. 26, 1982 (CDN
Bibliography (hand notes), (CDN 023917423732).
023822).
Letter Perfect Data Perfect Edit 6502 (Letter Perfect),
Display;Our Records of Growth, May 1979 (CDN 023937).
Display: Purchase and Receive Software, (CDN 023953).
Patching DOS The Easy Way, Leighton Paul, (CDN
Letter from License Department to Edgar&Marilyn Magnin,
Jul. 19, 1979 (CDN 023938).
Copy of Business License (Business License Application),
023827).
Edgar & Marilyn Magnin, (CDN 023939423940).
(CDN023823i23826).
Display: Together,Locksmith, the Inspector and Watson,
Letter from J. Walker Owens Re: New Business Operator
(CDN 023828).
(Welcome), J. Walker Owens, Aug. 9, 1979 (CDN
Electronic Mail System Enhances Delphi Method, Bernard
S. Husbands, 1982 (CDN 023829423832).
New Products (Save Civilization in Your Spare Time), May
023941423944).
1982 (CDN 023833423843).
Display: Telephone Software Connection (Many Thanks for
Your Recent Order), (CDN 023947).
Just a Call Away (Dial Up Software Service), (CDN
Software for the Apple II (DynamaZe,Ultra Blockade)
Games), (CDN 023945423946).
023844).
Price Log (Answering Machines, WriteiEdit&Send), (CDN
Display: Radio & Records, (CDN 023845).
Display: She’s No Stranger Now, (CDN 023846).
023951423952).
Display: Advertisement (Desk Calculator II), Jul. 1980
Radio & Records: Letter to Ed Magnin, Pam Bellamy, Apr.
(CDN 023950).
22, 1982 (CDN 023847).
Instructions: Computer with header, (CDN 023954).
How to buy a personal computer (Here We Go Again), (CDN
Microsoft Consumer Products Continuing the Microsoft
023849423850).
Tradition (Announcing Microsoft Consumer Products),
What’s New? (Overlay Compller, Mar. 1982 (CDN
(CDN 023955).
023851423852).
The Apple Orchard (Computer World Printer INIT Routine),
Display: Pure Power, Feb. 1982 (CDN 023854).
Mar/Apr. 1980 (CDN 023956).
New Products: Not Just Another Chess Game (Champion
Volume Table of Contents ($11,0), Jul/Aug. 1980 (CDN
ship chess), Feb. 1982 (CDN 023855).
tions), (CDN 023857).
023957423959).
Sup’r’Terminal (Speci?cations), (CDN 023960).
CalliApple (functions, remin.), Mar./Apr. 1980 (CDN
023961).
A Guide to Personal Computers (Personal£omputer Hard
ware), Steve Ditlea, Dec. 14, 1981 CDN 02386223870) New
Hersch Pilloff, Mar/Apr. 1980 (CDN 023962).
York.
CBS News Crew From Walter Cronkite, David Dow, Sep 9,
A Line on Friendly Utilities, Theron Fuller, (CDN
1980 (CDN 023963423965).
Telephone Software Connection (Phone Log), (CDN
New Electronic Mail Service OniLine, (CDN 023856).
Display: Arithmetic Teacher (Problems for Solving Frac
023871423874).
CalliApple (Stock Market Data Retrieval One the Source),
Conferences Goes OniLine (Ethernet Online), (CDN
023966423969).
023875423881).
Advertising
Terminal
Data,
Jeffrey MaZur,
Sep.
1981
(CDN
023882423885).
Dataloop: Smartmodem announced at NCC ’81, Jul. 2, 1981
(CDN 023886423893).
for
quicker
shopping
over
computer
(GoiMoku), (CDN 02397(L23971).
Advertising for Pet and Apple II Users (PASCAL), Nov./
Dec. 1980 (CDN 023973).
Letter from Telephone software Connection (Regarding the
Research: George Bond, Jul. 7, 1981 (CDN 023894423896).
Market Charter, Jun. 1981 (CDN 023897423901).
Telephone Software Connectin (Phone Log), Feb. 1981
Letter from Ed Magnin Ref: TSC/Telemail User), Ed Mag
(CDN 023902).
nin, Feb. 8, 1982 (CDN 023984).
Display: Faster Than a Speeding Typist, (CDN 023903).
Marketalk News (MultiiMedia Video), Jan. 1981 (CDN
the
023904423905).
023985423987).
Electronic Communication Service), Mar. (CDN 023977).
Letter (Offering Introduction), (CDN 023979423983).
Now Your Home Computer Can Call Other Computers One
Telephone,
Neil
Shapiro,
Mar.
1981
(CDN
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Advertising (Shape Builder, Terminal Programs, Double
DOS, Math Tutor), Mar. 1981 (CDN 023988423990).
The Haye’ s Micromodem II, CDN 024120424121).
Softalk (Micromate’s MicronetiIt Plugs in the Game Port),
May (CDN 023991).
News From T.S.C., Oct. 1983 (CDN 024124).
Display: Instructions on Software Delevery), (CDN
Voided Blank Check #1513, May (CDN 023998).
024125).
Price Log, (CDN 024122424123).
Corvus Controlling 3 Apples (We Have New Phone Num
Price Log, (CDN 024126424127).
bers), May 18, 1981 (CDN 023999).
News From T.S.C., Jun. 1983 (CDN 024128424129).
Predicting the Future With Electronic Mail (The Telenet
Way), Bernard S. Husbands, Oct. 1981 (CDN
02400(L24001).
Program Shopping by Phone: Software Co. Downloads Pro
grams, Michael Swaine, Oct. 19, 1981 (CDN 024002).
Telephone Software Connection, Inc. (The Hayes Micromo
dem II: I’ve Never Brought a Better Slave, Jul. 1981 (CDN
024003).
Advertising (Shape Builder), CDN 024006424008).
Advertising (Telephone Transfer II), (CDN 024009).
Display: The FP Report, (CDN 024018) Telephone Software
Price Log, (CDN 02413(L24131).
News From T.S.C., (CDN 024132424133).
Display (Phone Secretary II (54), CDN 024134).
Letter to Programmer, Ed Magnin, (CDN 024135).
Programmers’ Pipeline (Description Slip),
024136424137).
Display: World Currency Trader, (CDN 024138).
(CDN
Price Log, (CDN 024139424140).
Display: Order Via Modem, (CDN 024141).
Display: Six Great Ways to Add to Your Summer Fun!, CDN
024142).
Connection, Inc.
Phone Log, (CDN 024143424144).
Display: Order Via Modem, (CDN 024019).
Price Log, Jun. 2, 1982 (CDN 02492023422).
Price Log Cont.), Oct. 21, 1982 (CDN 024023).
Display: Telephone Software Connection (Address Post
News From T.S.C. (Recent Offerings), Mar. 1985 (CDN
Builder),
CDN
age), (CDN 024024424025).
Telephone Software Connection (Letter to Apple Dealer),
Disk. Labelmaker (#73), CDN 024149).
News From T.S.C. (Teminal Program II),
(CDN
Ed Magnin , (CDN 024026).
024150424152).
Display (Mr. Smartypants), (CDN 024028424030).
Display (DiskiCryption), (CDN 024031424032).
Display (Video Librarian, (CDN 024033i24035).
Display (World Currency Trader), (CDN 02403 6424037).
Free Update to Desk Calendar II, (CDN 024153).
News From T.S.C., Jun. 1984 (CDN 024154424156).
024145).
Spotlight
on
Graphics
(Shape
024146424148).
Display: (DiskiCryption), (CDN 024157*24158).
Display: (Phone Secretary) (#54), (CDN 024159424160).
Display (Working Model of Telephone Software), (CDN
Communication
024038).
(Terminal
Program),
(CDN
Telephone Software Connection (Letter to AppleCat
024161424168).
Dialing Instructions, (CDN 024169).
Owner), Ed Magnin, (CDN 024039424040).
Telecommunications Adviser, Ed Magnin, Nov. 1983 (CDN
Telephone Software Connection : The Hayes Micromodem
024170424171).
II (I’ve never bought better slave), May 1980 (CDN
Getting On Communi (Providers and Consumers), Ed Mag
nin, Mar. 1983 (CDN 021417224173).
024041424042).
Special
Memo to
Educators,
Ed Magnin,
(CDN
024043424044).
Online Tips, (CDN 024174).
Display: List (Software Sales), Apr. 11, 1983 (CDN
Telephone Software Connection (Backgroung Piece, (CDN
024175).
024045424049).
Display: VendiOiDisk, (CDN 024050424052).
A Software Vending Machine, Ed Magnin, Mar. 1984 (CDN
Letter to Programmer, Ed Magnin, (CDN 024053424054).
News From T.S.C., Apr. 1983 (CDN 024055424058).
News From T.S.C., Jun. 1983 (CDN 024059424062).
What is Voicemail?, (CDN 024063424065).
Telephone Software Connection (Introduction), Ed Magnin,
Marketing (Makers Transform the Ways Computer Pro
grams Are Sold), Susan Chace, Aug. 26, 1982 (CDN
(CDN 024066424067).
News From T.S.C., Oct. 1983 (CDN 0240684240710.
How to Order: Modem, 024072424077).
Telecommunication (Teledelivery), (CDN 024084).
News From T.S.C., Jun. 1984, (CDN 024085424088).
024176).
024177) The Wall Street Journal.
Technology (Electronic Software Delivery Threatens Mail
and Store Sales), May 6, 1983 (CDN 024178).
Western Union: Mailgram (Letter to Microcomputer User),
(CDN 024179).
Apple//c Baud Rate Problem (Dialing Instructions), (CDN
0241 80).
Display: Recent Offerings, Mar. 1 985 (CDN
PlumbLine (Base Computers), (CDN 024089424090).
024181424184).
News From T.S.C., Dec. 1984 (CDN 024091424094).
News From T.S.C., Mar. 1985 (CDN 024095424098).
Letter ti Prometheus Modem Owner, Ed Magnin, (CDN
0241 85).
Display: Phone Secretary, (CDN 024099424100).
Telephone Software Connection (Background Pieces),
Future Developments in Telecommunication,
(CDN 024101424106).
024188).
Telephone Software Connection (Top Secret) Displays,
(CDN 02410724113).
Display (Before 1984), (CDN 024114).
Display: If You Have an Apple (phone list), (CDN
024115424117).
Display (The FP Report), (CDN 024118424119).
Display: Phone Secretary// (54), (CDN 024186424187).
(CDN
Responses (Future Developments in Telecommunication),
(CDN 024189).
Charts (Uses for Telecommunication Links), (CDN
024190424192).
Prologue (The
024193424194).
Communication
Satellite),
(CDN
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Analog Versus Digital Transmission, (CDN 024195424206).
Documents (The Wired Society), James Martin, (CDN
Cable Television and Its Potential, (CDN 024207424209).
02434824349).
Display: Qube gets you into the action, (CDN 024210).
Terminals in the Home, (CDN 024211424223).
A Future Scenario, (CDN 024224424246).
New Use of Television (Viewdata), (CDN 024350).
Signal Compression, (CDN 024247424261).
024352424353).
Letter from Ed Magnin (Monthly Rental), Ed Magnin,
(CDN 024262424264).
Instant Mail (DigitiZed Messages), (CDN 024354).
Information Deluge, (CDN 024355).
Jitters, Jul. 29, 1996 (CDN 024265) Business Week.
EiCommerce: Who Owns the Rights?, Jul. 29, 1996 (CDN
024356424366).
02466424267).
A pilot has to believe in his equipment. (Rolex), (CDN
024268).
News (DoiltiYourself Newspapers), (CDN 024351).
Spider Webs (Pierre Teilhard de Chardin,
Satellite
Age
(Chapter
Fourteen
Home),
(CDN
CDN
James Martin & Co. Executive Pro?les (James Martin, Oct.
25, 1996 (CDN 024367424368 ) JM & Co.
2. News (Dow Jones News/ Retrieval’s FreeiText Search),
Retailers cheer end of patent challenge, Dan Goodin, Apr. 2,
1985 (CDN 024369424383).
1999 (CDN 024269424271).
Patently Offensive, Shoshana Berger, (CDN 024272).
Magnin & Associates (Video Game, Film & TV), (CDN
Computers (Telesun), (CDN 024384424387).
16 FulliService (The Source), (CDN 024388424408).
Article 49 of 88 PatNews : Another reason why the EiData
Documents (Appendix F: Decimal Tokens for Keywords),
patent is invalid, Gregory Atharonian, Oct. 16, 1996 (CDN
024409424410) Deja News.
(CDN 024275424276).
Article 1 of 25 PatNews: Mor PTO gossip on Zache,Edata,
024273424274).
Appendix F: Decimal Tokens For Key words, (CDN
Hyatt, Gregory Atharonian, Oct.
024277).
024411424412).
18,
1996 (CDN
Private People (Easing the way for libel suits), (CDN
Display: TSC Review, (CDN 024413).
024278).
United States Postal Service (Documents & Letters), (CDN
May the Source Be With You, Christopher Bryon, (CDN
024414424423).
024279).
The Home Accountant, Revisited (Responds to reviews),
Information Services: Modems, (CDN 024280).
(CDN 024424424426).
A Source of Riches, Alfred Glossbrenner, Aug. 1983 (CDN
024281424284).
DFX (Introductions), Graeme Scott, (CDN 024427424442).
Peelings Review (Introductions), Nov. 12, 1982 (CDN
Electronic Jackpot, Alfred Grossbrenner, Sep. 1983 (CDN
024443.
024285424287).
Pellings II (Programmers Library), Nov. 10, 1982 (CDN
Consumer and SpecialiZed OniLine Services, (CDN
02444424454).
024288424290).
Letter (Trial Termial), K.F. Moseley, Mar. 10, 1981 (CDN
Calculation Programs, (CDN 024291424293).
024455).
What Is Viewdata, CDN 024294424302).
K.F. Moseley’s TVInerface 8 Evaluation (Time and Money
PM Electronics Monitor, Neil Shapiro, (CDN 024303).
DialiUp Software Networks, Jules H. Gilder, May 1980
A.D.A.M. II Newsletter (Acknowledgement), May 13, 1981
(CDN 024304424306).
Software and Data Via Telephone, Oct. 1980 (CDN
0243 074243 1 0).
DialiUp Software Networks, Herb Friedman, Oct. 1992
(024311424314).
Documents (Ticketmaster to Lick Competition by Buying
It), (CDN 024315424316).
Ticketmaster (memo), Alan Citron Michael Cieply, Feb. 26,
1991 (CDN 024317424318) Los Angeles Times.
Ticketmaster: 20 Years (Industry’s #1 Has a Ticket to Rule),
Adam Sandler, (CDN 024319424321).
Electronic Life, Michael Crichto, 1983 (CDN 024322).
The Naked Computer (Telesoftware 7), Rochester, GantZ,
Meter, Ed Magnin, (CDN 024456424457).
(CDN 024458424465).
Peelings II (Publication of Apple Software Reviews), Aug.
6, 1980 (CDN 024467424500).
AppleiCart (Input From Readers), Chuck Carpenter, (CDN
024501424503) Creative Computing.
CalliApple (The Telehpone Software Exprience a Reivew
(of Sort), Val Golding, (CDN 024504).
Softalk (Peachy Writer), Sep. 1982 (CDN 024505).
Softalk (Preformer Printer Format Board), (CDN 024506).
Extra Copy RE: KM, (CDN 024507424508).
Marketing (Makers Transform Ways Computer Programs
Are Sold), Susan Chace, Aug. 26, 1982 (CDN 024509) The
Wall Street Journal.
William Marrow + Co., (CDN 024323).
Marketing (Some Computer Junkies), Susan Chace, Aug.
Computers for Everybody (Downloading Programs), Jerry
Willis, 1984 (CDN 024324424328).
Extra (CDN 024511).
Telecommunications in the Information Age (Videotext
New Products ( Save CiviliZation in Your Spare Time), May
Chapter 12), Singleton, 1983 (CDN 024329424340).
1982 (CDN 024512) Popular Computing.
Extra (CDN 024513).
United States Patent (Lockwood), May 3, 1994 (CDN
024341424343).
United States Patent (Yuris, et al.), Jan. 27, 1981 (CDN
024344).
26, 1982 (CDN 024510) The Wall Street Journal.
What’s New? (Overlay Compiler), March 1982 (CDN
0245 14).
The Information Directory Says It All! (Subject Index),
United States Patent (Kelly, et al.), May 15, 1984 (CDN
(CDN 024515).
024345).
Tap New Markets! (Information Directory), (CDN 024516).
United States Patent (Hellman), Apr. 14, 1987 (CDN
The 21st Century Library (Information Directory), Anne M.
Helfrich, Mar. 16, 1982 (CDN 024517424524).
024346424347).
US 5,191,573 C1
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Electronic Mail (Applications for Management), (CDN
Speed>s (Open An Electronic Library for Your Company
0245254244534).
Software), (CDN 024641).
InfoWorld (AVL Eagle), Oct. 19, 1981.
TSC (Microcomputing), Oct. 15, 1981 CDN 024536).
Electronic
Distribution
(Trial
Builder),
(CDN
Speed>s (Postage), Jan. 27, 1986 (CDN 024642).
Gimcrax Launches File Delivery Service, Dec. 23, 1985
024537424546).
Speed>s (What Modem ShouldI Buy), Nov. 22, 1985 (CDN
Music (Honey. They’re Downloading Our Song), Patrick M.
Reilly, (CDN 024547424548).
Who’s News (Foundation Health Names Malik Hasan As
CEO and President), May 13, 1997 (CDN 024549).
Industry Focus (Middlemen Find Ways to Survive Cyber
space Shopping), David Bank, (Dec. 12, 1996 (CDN
024550).
Egghead Inc. Ships Software Over Internet (Ingram Micro
Inc.), David Bannk, Nov. 8, 1996 (CDN 024551).
Tom Clancy, Virtus Start Firm for OniLine Games, Nov. 13,
1996 (CDN 024552).
N2K Hires Phil Ramone to Start Up A Music Label Linked
to the Internet, Patrick M. Reilly, Nov. 18, 1996 (CDN
024553) ).
Business Briefs (AT&T Unveils a Services to Help Busi
nesses Set Up Shop on Internet), JamesSanberg, Oct. 9, 1996
(CDN 024554).
Technology & Health (Industry Net Customers to Be
Offered OniLine Payment Services From PNC), Raju Nari
setti, Sep. 25, 1996 (CDN024555).
Vague New World (Digital Media Business Takes Form as a
Battle Of Complex Alliances) (CDN 024556424558).
Music Firms Vow to Block New CD System, Meg Cox, May
14, 1993 (CDN 024559424560).
(CDN 24643).
024644).
Display (Speed>s), Dec. 2, 1985 (CDN 024645).
Speed>s (Now! Try Speed<s Electronic Delivery!), Oct. 21,
1985 (CDN 024646).
Speed>s (Your First Issue on the Speed<s Password!), (CDN
024647).
International Videotex Teletext News (Gimcrax to Down
load), Aug. 1984 (CDN 024648).
Speed>s (Speed>s Mean Business), (CDN 024649424652).
News From the Source (Nat Forbes Promoted to Director of
Sales for STC), (CDN 024653424654).
Speed>s (Speed>s Mean Business), (CDN 024655424658).
Handwritten Notes, (CDN 024659424665).
Handwritten Notes (Nat Forbes), Mar. 28, 1985 (CDN
24666424668).
Net to Transmit Videotex, Games to 12 Million User, Jim
Bartimo, Jun. 13, 1983 (CDN 024669) Computer World.
Vending machines for software: What will Japan think up
next? (Games only), Jun. 1985 (CDN 024670) Data Com
munications.
Electronic Software Distributor To Show System to Retail
ers, Rory J. O’Connor, May 30, 1983 (CDN 024671).
Software Industry Bulletin (Electronic Software Distribu
Business (Blockbuster plans to stock CDs electronically,
tors), (CDN 024672424675).
May 12, 1993 (CDN 024561).
Software (Why try to stock software like physical goods?
Why not just reproduce it as needed), (CDN
Technology&Health (Bellcore to Demonstrate System For
Delivering Movies By Phone, Mary Lu Camevale, Nov. 9,
0924676424683).
1992 (CDN 024562).
Mr. Download: An Interview with William von Meister,
Technology (IBM Commits More Than $100 Million on
(CDN 024684424693).
Venture to Relay Video, Other Data), Michael W, Miller,
Letter to Bob Peyser (Telephone Software Connections), Ed
Sep. 16, 1992 (CDN 024563424564).
Magnin, Mar. 25, 1985 (CDN 02469424700).
IBM to UnVeil Plan to Skip Disks, Send Software By Satel
lite (GM’s Hughes Network Joins Big Blue Alliance to
Serve Retailers and Corporations), Bart Ziegler, Nov. 1,
DirectiNet (Micro Marketworld Readers), Bill James, Feb.
1994 (CDN 024565424566).
tomer base), Myron Berger, (CDN 024703424708).
Shop by Modem (Software Without Manuals), (CDN
Software Industry Bulletin (SIB Third Quarter 1985 Soft
ware Employment Survey), Oct. 14, 1985 (CDN
1, 1985 (CDN 024701424702).
Cutting Out the Middleman (Looking to expand their cus
024709).
024567424568).
Speak the Universal Lanaguage (Powerhouse), (CDN
Download (Vendors Kick Off Fall Season With Teledelivery
024710).
Ventures, Sep. 1985 (CDN 024569424583).
Speed>s (Electronic Delivery of Software), (CDN
024584424595).
Letter to Ed Magnin (Software Author Royalty Agreement),
Fonnie Clifton, Oct. 17, 1983 (CDN 024711424733).
Buy Software Via Modem (De?ne the Need), EliZabeth Fer
Phone Memo, Apr. 19, 1985 (CDN 024596424600).
rarini, (CDN 024734424745).
Letter to Nathaniel Forbes (MCI Mail Letter), Ed Magnin,
ABC Video Enterprises Tele?rst Project Had Boosters &
Apr. 8, 1985 (CDN 024601424607).
Speed>s (The Inside Story), Apr. 8, 1985 (CDN
Doubters, May 1, 1984 (CDN 024746).
024608424623).
Allege Software Piracy), Feb. 1985 (CDN 024747424762).
Download (Micropro & Adapso Sue American Brands,
Document: Letter to Nathaniel Forbes (Express Mail), Ed
Coleco, AT&T Unit to Form Joint Venture To Distribute
Magnin, Mar. 29, 1985 (CDN 024624424630).
Gimcrax, Inc (The leader in electronic delivery of software),
Dec. 5, 1984 (CDN 024631424636).
Speed>s (New Edition of Speed<s disk Now Available),
Video Games By Telephone, Bob Davis, (CDN 024763).
(CDN 024637).
Speed>s (Postage), (CDN 024638).
Speed>s (Over 50 Lotus 14243 templates to be available
Electronic (Pulling the Plug on Electronic Publishing),
(CDN 024764424766).
Software (Software Directories Go OniLine, Joanne Gamlin
(CDN 024767424780).
Say It With Remote Rom Software Delivery (Looking
exclusively on Speed<s!, (CDN 024639).
Ahead With Software News), (CDN 024781).
It’s Not The Same Old ‘Help’ Anymore (BuZZ Word),
Speed>s (Postage), (CDN 024640).
MaryiBeth Santarelli, (CDN 024782).
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