Byte Magazine - Issue #1 September 1975
BYTE Magazinewas very popular with computer enthusiasts and is one of the longest running computer periodicals.
Issue #1 sold for $1.50 and contained 96 pages of articles, ads and information.
The first issue contains a very interesting article about how BYTE got started.
The advertisers index for Issue #1 contained the following:ACM, AP Products, Babylon, Delta, Godbout, Hickok, James, Martin Research, Meshna, Micro Digital, MITS, Processor Technology, RGS, S.D. Sales, Scelbi, Solid State, Sphere, Suntronix, Wahl. (How many of these sound familiar today???)
Editor: Carl T. Helmers Jr.
Assistant Publisher: Judith Havey
Associate Editors: Dan Fylstra and Chris Ryland
Contributing Editors: Hal Chamberlin, Don Lancaster
Editors: John Burnett, Susan G. Philbrick
Production Manager: Lynn Panciera-Fraser
Articles in Issue #1 featured the Scelbi, National Semiconductor IMP-8, IMP-16, Altair, RGS 008A and others.
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