By David Larsen-KK4WW
All hobbies, products, reoccurring events and topics of great interest generate magazines or newsletters. Now with the world wide web the shift is to forums and blogs online. During the late 70’s and 80’s dozens of computer magazines were published, however most had a very short life – just like most of the early microcomputers. First was the simple newsletters and a few of them became successful magazine publications. Most likely the first real microcomputer magazine was “Byte” and interestingly it lasted through all the publishing wars and is still a popular computer magazine.
- By David Larsen
- Published 07/2/2009
- Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service
The Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service was created as an idea during a train trip from
View this 1922 model DT-600 DeForest Crystal Radio as part of a micro museum display at Floyd Professional Center at Floyd Village Green in Virginia.
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