KILOBAUD MICROCOMPUTING PDF

Kilobaud Microcomputing was originally conceived as KiloByte Microcomputing but that name went unused as the publishers didn't feel like advertising their goals. The Kilobaud prefix was eventually removed as well and Microcomputing lived on. Microcomputing was a typical general purpose Personal Computer magazine like Byte and Creative Computing. It offered product reviews, technical information and the occasional program listing for the reader to type in. Kilobaud was the publication that cemented my involvement in computers.

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Kilobaud Microcomputing was originally conceived as KiloByte Microcomputing but that name went unused as the publishers didn't feel like advertising their goals. The Kilobaud prefix was eventually removed as well and Microcomputing lived on.

Microcomputing was a typical general purpose Personal Computer magazine like Byte and Creative Computing. It offered product reviews, technical information and the occasional program listing for the reader to type in. Kilobaud was the publication that cemented my involvement in computers.

I bought the first three issues from Digital Design, a computer store in Madeira, Ohio, in It was great reading them cover to cover, and also seeing the ads for the ECD Micromind in the back. Submitted October 2, by Warren Harrison Wow! This page brings back memories! I published the first magazine articles I ever wrote in Kilobuad Microcomputing in the early s. Submitted June 25, by Alan Ragsdale Great magazine! Titled kilobaud with subtitle: Understandable for beginners And to the side : The small computer Magazine.

I'm the original owner of this sequential set of 16 magazines, starting with two 1, Jan. I have had them boxed tightly for 30 years and they are in very good condition. I can send pictures for those who need to see these fine antiques. One sale at Amazon. I dreamed of building the Home-Brew computer as written about in the article in that magazine.

Never did, but just four l-o-n-g years later, I bought the Sinclair ZX computer and the rest as they say is history. I still have my Kilobaud magazine, including that first one I bought back in I guess a mag that uses their contents page as the front cover should've been a clue.

Submitted October 12, by John Looking for all articles in on the One author identified is Dan Rubris. All help appreciated as I am looking to reconstruct the code as a training game Submitted July 5, by J.

Gardner The original name for the magazine was supposed to be Kilobyte Microcomputing because the founder, Wayne Green, lost control of Byte Magazine which he also founded in an acrimonious divorce settlement with his wife. He wanted to convey the impression that his new magazine would kill Byte magazine. Joe Totter Submitted February 14, by R. Maurer I came accross my old copy of kilobaud issue 6 tonight and after looking through it searched the web for sites pertaining to kilobaud magazine.

Found this page. Cool magazine. It was my favorite at the time. Byte was very good too. Submitted February 7, by Carl Nelson I have a complete set of the early Kilobaud magazines. Also I have one of the first TRS- 80s. Uses a tape player for storage. It still works. Original monitor included. Would you be interested? Please use these comments to add to or correct the contents of this page. If you are looking for information, software or hardware please consider posting on the Vintage Computer Forums.

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Kilobaud Microcomputing Magazine

Kilobaud Microcomputing was a magazine dedicated to the computer homebrew hobbyists from to Wayne Green , the editor and publisher of kilobaud , had been the publisher of BYTE magazine , another influential microcomputer magazine of the time where he published the first four issues in his own office. But one day in November Wayne came to work, and found that his ex-wife and the rest of the Byte magazine staff had moved out of his office and had taken the January issue with them. Wayne was not happy with this development, so he left Byte to start a new magazine to compete with the fledgling Byte. He wanted to call it "KiloByte" to trump Byte. So he named the new magazine "kilo baud " instead.

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Kilobaud Microcomputing

Kilobaud Microcomputing was a magazine dedicated to the computer homebrew hobbyists from the end of the s until the beginning of the s. But one day in November Wayne came to work, and found that his ex wife and the rest of the Byte magazine staff had moved out of his office and had taken the January issue with them. Wayne was not happy with this development, so he left Byte to start a new magazine to compete with the fledging Byte. He wanted to call it "KiloByte" to trump Byte. So he named the new magazine "kilobaud" instead.

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Artifact Details

Artifact Details. Title Kilobaud : the small computer magazine; Kilobaud Microcomputing; Microcomputing; Microcomputing : the practical journal of advanced computing. Catalog Number Type Document.

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