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Byte Volume 1, Number 1


The first ever issue of Byte Magazine

Volume 1

Volume Issue Date Title
1 1 September, 1975 Can you use these Surplus Keyboards?
1 2 October, 1975 Build a...
1 3 November, 1975 Is This Next?
1 4 December, 1975 Assembling an Altair
1 5 January, 1976 Golf Handicapping by Computer
1 6 February, 1976 Processing Algebraic Expressions
1 7 March, 1977 Cassette Interfaces
1 8 April, 1976 Biorythm for Computers
1 9 May, 1976 Shooting Stars
1 10 June, 1976 The Game of Life Played in Color
1 11 July, 1976 Coincident Current Ferrite Core Memories
1 12 August, 1976 Speech Synthesis by Computer
1 13 September, 1976 0.01 Centennial Issue
1 14 October, 1976 Electronic Signalling
1 15 November, 1976 It's More Fun Than Crayons
1 16 December, 1976 Signal Processing for Optical Bar Code Scanning

Volume 2

Volume Issue Date Title
2 1 January, 1977 Making Hash with Tables
2 2 February, 1977 Sweet Auto Line
2 3 March, 1977 Inexpensive Joystick Interfaces
2 4 April, 1977 Kim Goes to the Moon
2 5 May, 1977 A Catalog of Liberating Home Computer Concepts
2 6 June, 1977 A Mobile Cognitive Robot
2 7 July, 1977 How to Computerize your Model Railroad
2 8 August, 1977 Understanding APL
2 9 September, 1977 SCORTOS: Implementation of a Music Language
2 10 October, 1977 How to Implement Space War
2 11 November, 1977 Memory Mapped IO
2 12 December, 1977 Understanding BASIC

Volume 3

Volume Issue Date Title
3 1 January, 1978 The Brains of Men and Machines
3 2 February, 1978 Community Information Exchange
3 3 March, 1978 Program your next EPROM in BASIC
3 4 April, 1978 Optimization: A Case Study
3 5 May, 1978 Graphics in Depth
3 6 June, 1978 A Theatrical Lighting Graphics Package
3 7 July, 1978 How to get your Tarbell going
3 8 August, 1978 Pascal
3 9 September, 1978 Altair (S-100) to LS-11 Bus Adapter
3 10 October, 1978 Chess for the Microcomputer
3 11 November, 1978 The Sky's the Limit
3 12 December, 1978 Life

Volume 4

Volume Issue Date Title
4 1 January, 1979 Build a Computer Controlled Security System for your Home
4 2 February, 1979 Use your Television Set as a Video Monitor
4 3 March, 1979 The Standard Data Encryption Algorithm
4 4 April, 1979 Simulation
4 5 May, 1979 Computer Generated Maps
4 6 June, 1979 A Model of the Brain for Robot Control
4 7 July, 1979 Automating Eclipses
4 8 August, 1979 Lisp
4 9 September, 1979 Homebrewing
4 10 October, 1979 Genealogy
4 11 November, 1979 Fun and Games
4 12 December, 1979 Numerical Analysis

Volume 5

Volume Issue Date Title
5 1 January, 1980 Domesticated Computers
5 2 February, 1980 Graph Theory
5 3 March, 1980 Computers in the Laboratory
5 4 April, 1980 Computer Music
5 5 May, 1980 Computer Music
5 6 June, 1980 Floppy Disks
5 7 July, 1980 Inter Computer Communications
5 8 August, 1980 The Forth Language
5 9 September, 1980 Homebrewing
5 10 October, 1980 Software
5 11 November, 1980 High-Resolution Graphics
5 12 December, 1980 Adventure

Volume 6

Volume Issue Date Title
6 1 January, 1981 Hand-held Computers
6 2 February, 1981 The Computer and Voice Synthesis
6 3 March, 1981 Programming Methods
6 4 April, 1981 Future Computers?
6 5 May, 1981 Software Piracy
6 6 June, 1981 Operating Systems
6 7 July, 1981 Energy Conservation
6 8 August, 1981 Smalltalk
6 9 September, 1981 Artifical Intelligence
6 10 October, 1981 Local Networks
6 11 November, 1981 Data Base Management Systems
6 12 December, 1981 Computer Games

Volume 7

Volume Issue Date Title
7 1 January, 1982 The IBM Personal Computer
7 2 February, 1982 Winter Computing
7 3 March, 1982 Printers
7 4 April, 1982 Human Factors Engineering
7 5 May, 1982 Japanese Computers
7 6 June, 1982 Interactive Videodisks
7 7 July, 1982 Computers in the Arts and Sciences
7 8 August, 1982 LOGO
7 9 September, 1982 Computers and the Disabled
7 10 October, 1982 Computers in Business
7 11 November, 1982 Graphics
7 12 December, 1982 Games

Volume 8

Volume Issue Date Title
8 1 January, 1983 Looking Ahead
8 2 February, 1983 Standards
8 3 March, 1983 Mass Storage
8 4 April, 1983 New Chips
8 5 May, 1983 The Electronic Office
8 6 June, 1983 16-bit Designs
8 7 July, 1983 Videotex
8 8 August, 1983 The C Language
8 9 September, 1983 Portable Computers
8 10 October, 1983 Unix
8 11 November, 1983 Inside the IBM PC
8 12 December, 1983 Easy Software

Volume 9

Volume Issue Date Title
9 1 January, 1984 1984 and Beyond
9 2 February, 1984 Benchmarks
9 3 March, 1984 Simulation
9 4 April, 1984 Real-World Interfacing
9 5 May, 1984 Computers and the Professions
9 6 June, 1984 Computers and Education
9 7 July, 1984 Computers and Video
9 8 August, 1984 Modula-2
9 9 Fall, 1984 Guide to the IBM PCs
9 10 September, 1984 Computer Graphics
9 11 October, 1984 Databases
9 12 November, 1984 New Chips
9 13 December, 1984 Communications/Byte Guide to Apple PCs

Volume 10

Volume Issue Date Title
10 1 January, 1985 Through the Hourglass
10 2 February, 1985 Computing and the Sciences
10 3 March, 1985 Bargain Computing
10 4 April, 1985 Artificial Intelligence
10 5 May, 1985 Multiprocessing
10 6 June, 1985 Programming Techniques
10 7 July, 1985 Computers and Space
10 8 August, 1985 Declarative Languages
10 9 September, 1985 Homebrewing/10th Anniversary
10 10 October, 1985 Simulating Society
10 11 Fall, 1985 Inside the IBM PC
10 12 November, 1985 Graphics Hardware
10 13 December, 1985 Computer Conferencing

Volume 11

Volume Issue Date Title
11 1 January, 1986 Robotics
11 2 February, 1986 Text Processing
11 3 March, 1986 Homebound Computing
11 4 April, 1986 Number Crunching
11 5 May, 1986 Mass Storage
11 6 June, 1986 Computers and Music
11 7 July, 1986 Engineer's Toolbox
11 8 August, 1986 Object-Oriented Languages
11 9 September, 1986 The 68000 Family
11 10 October, 1986 Public Domain Powerhouses
11 11 Fall, 1986 *Missing from Collection*
11 12 November, 1986 Knowledge Representation
11 13 December, 1986 Graphics Algorithms

Volume 12

Volume Issue Date Title
12 1 January, 1987 Programmable Hardware
12 2 February, 1987 Image Processing
12 3 March, 1987 Educational Computing
12 4 April, 1987 Instruction Set Strategies
12 5 May, 1987 Desktop Publishing, Internal Modems
12 6 June, 1987 CAD, Mice, 12-MHz ATs, IBM PS/2 Family
12 7 Bonus Edition, 1987 Applications Software Today
12 8 July, 1987 LANs, IBM PS/2 Models 30, 50, 60, CAD Software
12 9 August, 1987 Prolog, 386 Hardware and Software
12 10 September, 1987 Printer Technologies, 80386 System Software
12 11 October, 1987 Heuristic Algorithms, Tandy's New Lineup
12 12 Extra Edition, 1987 Inside the IBM PCs
12 13 November, 1987 Accelerator Boards, Workstations
12 14 December, 1987 AT Memory Boards, Naturla Language Processing

Volume 13

Volume Issue Date Title
13 1 January, 1988 Database Software, Managing Megabytes
13 2 February, 1988 14 Multiscan Monitors, LISP
13 3 March, 1988 New Math Coprocessors, Enhanced EGA/VGA Boards
13 4 April, 1988 Memory Management, 24-Pin Printers
13 5 May, 1988 CPU Architectures, Word Processors
13 6 June, 1988 New Benchmarks, Ultra-High-Speed Modems
13 7 July, 1988 Multitasking, Fast 40-Megabyte Hard Disks
13 8 August, 1988 The C Language, Special Macintosh Suppliment
13 9 September, 1988 Display Technology, Postcript Printers
13 10 October, 1988 HyperText, Affordable 80386s
13 11 Extra Issue, 1988 IBM Special Edition
13 12 November, 1988 Parallel Processing, NeXT, Project Management
13 12 December, 1988 Mac Suppliment, Groupware, Benchmark Update

Volume 14

Volume Issue Date Title
14 1 January, 1989 PC Communications, Annual Awards, Digitizing Tablets
14 2 February, 1989 Personal Workstations, C Compilers, Mac SE/30
14 3 March, 1989 Mac Suppliment, 286 vs. 386SX, Object-Oriented Programming
14 4 April, 1989 CASE, UPSes, Graphics Suppliment
14 5 May, 1989 Unix, CAD, Technology Breakthroughs
14 6 June, 1989 Mac Supplement, Security, Modems
14 7 July, 1989 12 GUIs, LAN OSes, Distributed Processing
14 8 August, 1989 80386 Based Portables, Neural Networks, Mac Suppliment
14 9 September, 1989 Apricot 80486, Multiuser Operating Systems, Database Trends
14 10 October, 1989 Mac Portable, Optical Technologies, Optical Storage
14 11 Extra Issue, 1989 Redefining the Standards, IBM Special Edition
14 11 November, 1989 Inside EISA, Beyond VGA, 32 Bits and Above
14 12 December, 1989 5 New Laptops, Sound and Image Processing, Case Tools

The collection continues through the mid-to-late 1990s.

Byte magazine started publishing in late 1975 and quickly became one of the premier small (personal) computer monthlies on the market. The earliest issues were very hardware and software centric while later issues tended more towards product reviews than down-to-the-register technical topics. Even so, various Byte columns still kept the technical torch alight.


(Submitted November 17, 2012 13:43:56 by tod)

i have complete sets from 1984 to 1992. Quality rating mint to excellent condition I'm looking to sell.


(Submitted May 19, 2012 06:32:18 by Munesh)

Hi, I am looking for a PDF copy of an article written by Barnsley and Sloan in the Byte magazine issue of January, 1988 titled, A BETTER WAY TO COMPRESS IMAGES. Will be immensely grateful if anyone can email me the article. Thanks


(Submitted April 2, 2012 06:53:37 by Steve)

I have 114 byte magazines, from September 1982 to December 1995 plus some special issues. Anyone interested?


(Submitted January 25, 2012 22:48:55 by Peg)

I have a collection of BYTE magazines for sale. Every issue from January 1985 to August 1992. Is anybody interested?


(Submitted October 6, 2011 09:30:19 by David Velasco)

I am looking for an advertisement from Apple computer that was published in Byte Magazine in 1980 or 1981, it mentions that Apple computers at used at the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico, will it be possible to get a picture of this advertisement? Thanks


(Submitted October 3, 2011 16:01:34 by Pat)

Have back issues of BYTE starting with issue 3, about a 5 foot stack of them. Anyone interested in any of them?


(Submitted July 28, 2011 17:26:05 by Jaime)

I have Byte Magazines from January 1994 to July 1998, plus a November 1993 and a January 1990. Would anybody be interested in buying them?


(Submitted April 19, 2011 03:37:46 by Rudi Schmit)

anyone interested in the last 30 copies of Byte Magazine ? Jan 1996 thru Jun 1998 complete, very good condition. price 2b negotiated. postage = actual cost. Rudi


(Submitted February 20, 2011 13:15:47 by Brad)

I have the following issues: Sept 1976 thru July 1998 all in storage boxes Yours if you pick up.


(Submitted February 8, 2011 13:12:40 by Dan)

I hope there is someone out there that can help I am looking for a copy of BYTE Publications Inc, June 1983, I only need pages 352-360 for my project. please if someone has it can have a email copy of those pages


(Submitted February 4, 2011 06:28:09 by Kerrie)

Hello, I was wondering if anyone knows what issue of Byte featured SGI's Personal Iris. I know it was from the late 80's but thats about it unfortunately so if anyone can help that would be great. Also is there anyway of getting a copy of it, either print or digital? Many thanks


(Submitted June 8, 2010 15:56:04 by Bruce Flinn)

I have a large collection of BYTE and other vintage Micro-Computer magazines that I'm letting go through ebay auctions. Here is my first listing for the BIX User Manual and related materials.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140415068515&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

Once there you can decide to favorite me as a seller to see what I'll be selling in the next few weeks. Hardware, software and more. - Bruce


(Submitted June 2, 2010 09:04:04 by Dion)

Does anyone know if full copies of Byte are available for download (scanned PDF)?

Or is anyone interesting in scanning their Byte collection to PDF? I would love to get copies (especially '75-'80), but shipping is prohibitively expensive to Australia. I would be interested in other early mags too (Dr Dobbs, Creative Computing, etc).

Contact me if you're willing to scan or have PDFs and we can negotiate price. (And once you have it scanned you can offer it to others too!)


(Submitted April 16, 2010 11:10:34 by Jorge Sagrilo)

I am interested in buying an edition of Byte Magazine, an issue published any month of 1977.


(Submitted April 2, 2010 18:24:57 by Dexter)

I've just put up my BYTE collection on Ebay.. bid if you're interested.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=150430044350


(Submitted March 19, 2010 05:56:24 by Nilay Bhatt)

Hello, I want following article from Byte Journal. Is it possible for me to get it?? ----------------------------------------------- Fitting Curves to Data: {T}he Simplex Algorithm is the Answer Caceci, M.S. and Cacheris, W.P., 1984, Byte Journal, vol 9, Issue 5, 340-362. ------------------------------------------------

Thanks in advance. cheers


(Submitted March 2, 2010 10:43:58 by John)

Does anybody have old issues of Byte or similar magazines from 1976-1986 that they want to get rid off?


(Submitted February 28, 2010 04:45:07 by Pietro)

I'm searching a specific article on A model of knoledge propagation in an old issue of Byte about network. I remmber that the cover of that isse was a big model of an atom whit big sferes simulating electrons and pipes connectig them


(Submitted January 31, 2010 08:16:51 by (a href=mailto:mmverstraete_AT_gmail_dot_com)Michel M. Verstraete(/a))

Hi!

I have a collection of BYTE Magazines starting in 1981 and lasting about a decade or so. I'll give these away for free to anyone interested if you pick them up (I live in Varese, Northern Italy) or if you pay for the transportation (method of your choice). First preference will be given to requests for the entire collection, then to those for entire years or continuous periods, and last to individual issues. Send me an email if you are interested. Michel.


(Submitted August 30, 2009 17:10:12 by Mary Ann )

Please contact me if you wish to buy old issues of BYTE. I worked for BYTE for 9 years and have almost every issue.


(Submitted August 16, 2009 17:59:45 by (a href=mailto:matthew.l.schultzATgmailDOTcom)Matthew Schultz(/a))

Does anyone know where I can find early issues of Byte as computer readable files. I have some of the later issues on CD. I subscribed from nearly the beginning, but no longer have those issues. I really miss reading the articles from the beginning of personal computers. Thanks.


(Submitted July 14, 2009 14:11:39 by Jack Marshall)

In the mid 80's Byte covered a postal workers meeting in NYC. In an address given by the head of the local, there was a proposal for regulating email. I would love to obtain a copy of his remarks (if only the part about email).


(Submitted April 29, 2009 10:15:52 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

The June '76 issue of Byte was my very first computer magazine.


(Submitted April 13, 2009 20:51:39 by Taiyang'de Long)

Greetings!

How would we go about getting copies of old Byte magazines?

We would specifically like to obtain (or simply access) issues from August 1983 through December 1984, or there abouts. We're looking for various adds from specialist hw/sw vendors during that period.

Thank you much!


(Submitted March 22, 2009 15:22:24 by Bud Klasky)

I actually have a March 1996 copy. Talks about inside the Web PC LOL


(Submitted November 11, 2008 14:12:22 by Mike)

I am about to trash my Bytes from 77 on to about 85. Email me if anyone wants them. Any libraries out there???


(Submitted September 17, 2008 10:56:14 by Floyd Bloom)

I am trying to find the series of articles that BYTE did that compared and contrasted brains and computers, but I did not see it in the tables of contents you displayed-- do you know where I might find them?


(Submitted September 4, 2008 07:32:53 by Charles Lauritsen)

I am looking for a high resolution scan of the January 1983 Byte Magazine featuring the Compaq Portable Computer on the Cover. We want to include it in a museum case on our college campus. Can you help us?


(Submitted June 21, 2008 12:11:58 by Bob)

Byte Magazines available http://baltimore.craigslist.org/bks/711286019.html


(Submitted May 29, 2008 05:49:15 by Dave Dartnall)

I'm about to bin Byte magazines dating from about 1979 right up to the time they ceased publication. Some issues missing. If anyone wants any copies please advise within the next week or so and I'll investigate more closely. Dave Dartnall


(Submitted May 27, 2008 04:14:58 by Steve)

A Byte cover scanned image for December 1980 - Adventure - can be found at http://www.therealeasterbunny.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk as well as a cool Pocket PC freeware version of a game engine which plays Scott Adams adventures.


(Submitted May 23, 2008 14:59:54 by (a href=mailto:auggieATdssDOTca)Barry(/a))

I have: Mar/Jul/Aug/Nov 1979; Jul/Aug/Sep/Nov 1980; Aug 1981; Mar through Dec 1983; Jan through Dec 1984; Jan through Dec, except Apr, 1985; Jan through Dec 1986; Jan through Dec, except May/Jun, 1987; Jan through Jun 1988.

Offers? All proceeds after actual shipping costs will go to charity (Canadian Cancer Society). Hurry if you're interested.


(Submitted May 21, 2008 14:18:09 by aashish)

hii... m lookin of the yourdon method article printed in october 1989 issue of the byte magazine.. really need it ofr my xam..can ya help


(Submitted February 17, 2008 14:13:51 by Andrew)

I am looking for following issues. Please contact me to discuss price: 1975: September, November 1976: February, April-December 1982: January 1988: November 1989: February 1997: February 1998: July


(Submitted December 26, 2007 09:36:37 by John Stuart)

I have every issue of BYTE Magazine. Yes the complete entire set. Would Ebay be a place to sell or would another method be recommended. What is the value of a complete collection in great condition? Thanks if anyone can help....John


(Submitted November 27, 2007 11:41:00 by matt)

looking for volume 18 issue 3, march 93


(Submitted September 17, 2007 11:38:16 by RU Interested)

I have a copy of BYTE OCT 1977 Volume 2 Number 10. Very good condition. Anyone Interested? Thanks


(Submitted August 14, 2007 11:34:19 by Doug Brunner)

Not sure if it was in Byte, looking for an article that used an EPROM as a CCD sensor.


(Submitted July 26, 2007 11:55:53 by kimberly)

Need BYTE Magazine article from July 1977(volume 2, issue 7)An Introduction To Numbers By Webb Simmons (pg. 82). Webb Simmons was my Grandfather, I'd love to read some of his work! Please email me if you know how I can get my hands on this one. Thanks!


(Submitted June 2, 2007 15:09:52 by tek)

can anyone locate feb 78 article taking the first step re step motor controll


(Submitted February 13, 2007 23:48:38 by ABDELKHALED)

Hi! I am looking for Byte magazine october 1992. There is an article about performances of bees. Is it possible to send me the article or the revue?

Here is my postal adresse :

Abdelkhaled Abdelkrim Avenue Levis Mirepoix 42/44 1090 Bruxelles Belgique.

Thank you in advance.


(Submitted February 4, 2007 13:29:59 by Kasaem)

I have try to locate a company who built a system 'Z80 controll board' tocontroll refrigeration systems. Any one have any information Please contact me at Kasaem54@yahoo.com

Thank you very much Kasaem


(Submitted January 24, 2007 06:03:07 by tommi)

I really would like to have some info on the aricle of the first macintosh 128k in the 1984 issue, like who wrote it and what he wrote, pictures would be ideal.


(Submitted January 23, 2007 02:25:33 by Dominik Schmid)

Looking for the Feb 1984 issue. Please email me offers.


(Submitted December 5, 2006 00:58:32 by Ken A. Roland)

Is there any resource of scanned byte magazines that are for sale or available. They are heafty volumes, take up much shelf space, but are worth it if no other resource is available. Also creative computing from that era would be nice as well. I would like to have the in BD/HDDVD/DVD/CD form if possible, any ideas?


(Submitted August 29, 2006 00:39:10 by Bradlee)

I have a nearly complete set of the first 10 years of Byte Magazine for sale.

Complete from issue #5 (Jan 1976) to Volume 10 #6 (June 1985) except for one issue (June 1983). Includes many extra copies, including the first IBM PC Issue.

Anyone interested? Email me for the complete list and pictures. Best Offer.


(Submitted July 5, 2006 22:25:32 by Rob)

Hello,

Does anybody know where to get a Byte magazine t- shirt? I'm looking for one for my Dad for a retro 70th birthday present. Please let me know ASAP.

Thanks.


(Submitted July 1, 2006 01:45:27 by ed)

I am looking for a digital image of Byte's August 1978 cover or the entire magazine.


(Submitted June 14, 2006 17:40:45 by Christy)

I'm looking for the issue that published the review of NeXT's new Cube computer. It was probably before 1990. I'm willing to buy it. Thanks!


(Submitted February 22, 2006 13:39:37 by w steel)

I have a selection of Byte magazines from 1984 through 1987 if anyone is interested in them


(Submitted January 20, 2006 13:21:03 by Bill Wells)

I have a copy of an article from Byte entitled Interfacing the IBM Selectric Keyboard Printer by Dan Fylstra. There are no dates showing which issue of Byte the article appeared in. I need to know which issue it appeared in. Can anyone help me?


(Submitted December 27, 2005 17:35:27 by Theodore Weicker)

I have the following Byte magazines available at the shipping cost + $2 per shipment Mo Yr Vol # Topic May 1976 1 9 Shooting Stars Aug 1980 5 8 The Forth Language Mar 1982 7 3 Printers Apr 1982 7 4 Human Factor Engineering May 1982 7 5 Japanese Computers Dec 1984 9 12 New Chips Ted Weicker


(Submitted September 18, 2005 18:16:52 by Charlie)

Would anyone like to sell the (FEB, I think) 1984 issue featuring the Macintosh 128K?


(Submitted August 29, 2005 19:56:13 by Bill)

I have every issue of Byte Mag from beginning to end except for 24. I believe there were 258 issues published. The 24 issues missing are interspersed through out the subscription period. I don't think any meaningful issue s missing, like from the first 3 years or the last 2 years. Any Idea as to how much this is worth. Or, do I donate to a museum and take a charitable deduction?


(Submitted August 17, 2005 21:04:46 by Bill5639)

I'm selling the last 15 BYTE issues on Ebay (4/97 to 7/98) if anyone's interested...


(Submitted July 10, 2005 22:45:58 by andrey)

I have a year's worth of Byte Magazine from October 1987 to September 1988... I tried to sell them on eBay but no luck... Any interest in taking them off my hand?


(Submitted June 27, 2005 13:44:52 by Helen)

I am interested in purchasing the September 1986 issue of Byte Magazine. Name your price.

Helen


(Submitted June 17, 2005 16:31:30 by nelson laffey)

I have most bytes magizines for sale a few s-100, Dr dobbs computer calesthenics running light without overbyte


(Submitted June 13, 2005 16:57:39 by Robert Rue)

I have all but about three Byte issues from '73 (maybe earlier) to the last issue. What is the aprox. value of these? Bob


(Submitted June 1, 2005 19:08:30 by faith)

I'd like to know if there is anywhere I can view old issues - my father passed away last year and I remember he submitted a game to BYTE and received a check and it was printed. Not exactly sure when but i think it was before 1980 and a very small article in a column towards the back on a right hand page. I think the game was called Hi-Lo


(Submitted April 11, 2005 12:25:37 by Jim Collier)

I am looking a digital reproduction (scan) for the front cover and page 93 of an issue from 1980 (Vol 5, Number 12). I shows a Microsoft Ad with a gentleman from Mayberry Systems. Pls email. Thx.


(Submitted February 22, 2005 07:26:09 by (a href=mailto:)bill grogan(/a))

Placed them on the curb, don't miss them. Gave up on Byte when Steve Circia left. How about Rose Printer's Rose scented ads?


(Submitted December 30, 2004 17:29:57 by Ross)

Most of the 1st two years worth is available -- currently on auction at eBay if you're interested!


(Submitted November 24, 2004 02:50:22 by Bobalu)

what price is right for you?

Bobalu


(Submitted July 7, 2004 22:23:04 by Robert S. Jones)

Rare!!! I have Byte Magazines from September 1975 to December 1976 in 4 blue hard bound books by the publisher with the inside cover personally autographed by Carl T Helmers, Editor. I would be willing to part with them if the price is right!

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