The Public-Access Computer Systems Review

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review (abbreviated PACS Review) was a free electronic journal about end-user computer systems in libraries.

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The Public-Access Computer Systems Review - Columnists
... The following individuals wrote columns for the PACS Review Priscilla Caplan (1992-1998) Walt Crawford (1989-1995) Martin Halbert (1990-1993) ...

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