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First issue of On Computing Magazine

On Computing was another early general purpose computer magazine.

This is the only issue of this publication I own or have ever seen.


(Submitted July 9, 2013 19:44:31 by (a href=mailto:overduefine)Melissa(/a))

I have two of those summer issues you posted a picture of. What do you think they are worth?


(Submitted September 11, 2011 16:06:07 by Dean R. Anderson)

I have the premier issue (Vol 1, No. 1 --Nov. 1981)of Popular Computing published by McGraw- Hill. It was previously published as onComputing.


(Submitted April 29, 2009 10:36:46 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

Like you, this is the only issue I've seen. Too bad, too. I thought it had promise.


(Submitted August 31, 2008 13:16:11 by (a href=mailto:davidatstalldotnet)David(/a))

Erik: I have all four Volume 1 issues and can send you cover scans if you're interested.


(Submitted January 31, 2008 16:40:59 by Xenman)

I have Vol 2 No 3 (Winter 1980). Somehow, this one survived through all the years. I believe it changed to Personal Computing after the second year and went from quarterly to every two months.

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