Like many companies, we jumped on a band-wagon slightly outside our area of expertise and consulted/managed the production of 4 computer-aided instruction packages at Educulture, Inc. Irvine, California. These CAI packages were targeted to community-college users.

However, the smallest true-graphical computer available at the time (a Tektronic 4051 - $10,000) was too expensive, and the fact that its data storage was limited to a single cartridge tape, Educulture's CAI concept was simply too far ahead of its time to be profitable.

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