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Classic Computer Magazine Archive

Antic Magazine STart Magazine Antic Magazine
Published 1982-1990. Full text available.
Focus: Atari 8-Bit computers, some Atari ST coverage STart Magazine
Published 1986-1991. Full text available.
Focus: Atari ST computers, some Atari 8-bit coverage Creative Computing Magazine A.N.A.L.O.G. Magazine Creative Computing Magazine
Published 1974-1985. Full text of selected issues.
Focus: early personal computers A.N.A.L.O.G. Magazine
Published 1981-1989. Full text of 10 issues.
Focus: Atari 8-bit and ST computers Compute! Magazine Compute II Compute! Magazine
Published 1979-1994. Full text of selected issues.
Focus: early personal computers Compute II Magazine
Published 1980. Full text available.
Focus: Single-board computers Compute!'s Gazette Creative Computing Video & Arcade Games Magazine Compute!’s Gazette
Published 1983-1995. Smattering of articles available.
Focus: Commodore 8-Bit computers Creative Computing Video & Arcade Games Magazine
Published 1983. Full text available.
Focus: arcade games, computer games, home video games ST-Log Magazine Tandy Whiz Kids Comic Books ST-Log Magazine
Published 1986-1989. Full text of 19 issues.
Focus: Atari ST computers Tandy Whiz Kids Comic Books
Published 1982-1991. Full page scans available.
Focus: Tandy TRS-80 computers Hi-Res Magazine ROM Magazine Hi-Res Magazine
Published 1983-1984. Full text available.
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autonomous robots used to disinfect hospital rooms with concentrated UV light

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the UVD robots are extremely helpful at preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases, viral infections, and bacteria.

the UVD robots are extremely helpful at preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases, viral infections, and bacteria.

ironwood custom motorcycles lines BMW R1250 GS with flaming stripes

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the edges of its angular panels are accentuated by vivid lines of bright orange, which changes in tones depending on lighting.

the edges of its angular panels are accentuated by vivid lines of bright orange, which changes in tones depending on lighting.

how prusa is using the world’s largest 3D-printing farm to produce medical gear

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‘I want to get this to as many people who need it as soon as possible, around the world,’ průša says.

‘I want to

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