DPRG
DPRG Events Shoptalk

Website design and hosting by NCC

DPRG Newsletters

Get Acrobat Reader

These issues are available online. Most of the printed newsletters have been scanned and are in Adobe PDF format. A few for which original copies have been lost but transcriptions still exist, are in HTML format. Issues starting with November of 1996 were either email or HTML and have been preserved in their original form.

Issue from 1984 through 1992 went by the name, The Robot Companion. Starting in 1993 the newsletter became simply, The DPRG Newsletter

The Robot Companion

1984
Jun 1984 Charter Flier
Oct-Nov 1984, Vol. 1, No. 1

1985
Jan-Feb 1985, Vol. 2, No. 1
Mar-Apr 1985, Vol. 2, No. 2
June-July 1985, Vol. 2, No. 3
Nov-Dec 1985, Vol. 2, No. 4

1986
Nov 1986
Dec 1986
March 1986

1987
Jan 1987
Feb 1987
March 1987
April 1987
May 1987
June 1987
Oct 1987
Nov 1987
Dec 1987

1988
Jan 1988
Feb 1988
March 1988
April 1988
May 1988
June 1988
July 1988
Aug 1988
Sep-Oct 1988
Dec 1988

1989
Jan 1989
Feb 1989
Mar 1989
Apr 1989
May 1989
June 1989
July 1989
Aug 1989
Sep 1989
Oct 1989
Nov 1989

1990
Jan 1990
March 1990
April 1990

1992
Oct 1992 (HTML)

The DPRG Newsletter

1993
Feb 1993,
Mar 1993,
Apr 1993,
May 1993, mislabeled as April
Jun 1993,
Jul 1993,
Aug 1993
Sep 1993
Oct 1993,
Nov 1993,
Dec 1993,

1994
Jan 1994, Vol. 2, No. 1
Feb 1994, Vol. 2, No. 2
Mar 1994, Vol. 2, No. 3
Apr 1994, Vol. 2, No. 4
May-June-Summer 1994, Vol 2, No. 5-6

1996
March 1996
April 1996
Nov 1996 (HTML)
Nov 1996 Highlights (HTML)
Dec 1996 (HTML)

1997 (all HTML)
Jan 1997
Feb 1997
Mar 1997
Apr 1997
May 1997
Jun 1997
Jul 1997
Nov 1997
Dec 1997

1998 (all HTML)
Jan 1998
Feb 1998

 

Lost Newsletters

These issues are believed to have existed at one time but no physical copies have been found. If you have copies of any of these missing issues, please contact us via email so that we can make arrangements to scan your copy.

1991
Feb 1991
March 1991
April 1991
May 1991
June-July 1991

1992
Jan-Feb 1992

Publication Archive

Ultra-Sonic Ranging System, 10 Oct 1991, unknown publication

"R2D2 may be a wiz, but robots for home still can't do much"
Robert L. Simison, Section 2, Wall Street Journal, 25 Apr 1985, PDF
This article doesn't mention the DPRG by name, but does quote Walter and Beverly Bryant, two of the organization's founders.

"Rise of the Robots"
Doug Bedell, Personal Technology section, Dallas Morning News, 18 May 1999

"Machinations"
Rose Farley, Dallas Observer, 4 Oct 2001, web version, PDF

"Robots and their humans are wired for RoboRama"
Mark Macesich, Dallas Morning News, Kidsbeat, Weekend Guide, 4 Apr 2003

"With friends like these, who needs actual people?"
Jim Landers, Dallas Morning News, 30 Sep 2005, PDF

Copyright © 1984 - 2014 Dallas Personal Robotics Group. All rights reserved.