The Computer Magazine Archive

The cover of the first edition of "Amiga World" magazine, circa fall 1985.

The cover of the first edition of “Amiga World” magazine, circa fall 1985.

The Internet Archive continues to prove that it is one of the most valuable information resources on the planet. As of the time of this post, just over 18,000 editions of classic computer magazines have been scanned and added to their library.  The cache includes some real gems for the retro-computer enthusiast, featuring:

This is just a portion of the general Magazine Rack archive, where you can get lost in old issues of Starlog, Heavy Metal, BYTE, and many other magazines.

Mike Knotts

Mike Knotts was born in 1968 in a small town in southern Indiana. Even when very young, Mike showed a love for all-things technical and sci-fi. Moving with his family to California in the early 80's, he eventually graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in History. Rather than put that to good use, Mike continued to pursue his passion for technology by working for early, regional ISP's in the mid 1990's. He currently resides in the Pacific Northwest, where he works as a project manager for an Internet startup. Mike is a co-founder of Geekometry.

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