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The items listed below are a mixture of things by TheOuterLinux and non-affiliated, third-party sources.

68 Micro Journal MagazineA magazine "dedicated to the 68XXX user", and covered a variety of machines, including programming tips and general information
80 Microcomputing MagazineThe most famous of the TRS-80 magazines and the best remembered
80 U.S. JournalThe best remembered name for a TRS‑80 magazine that was published by 80-Northwest Publishing from 1978 to 1984
8000 Plus MagazineA monthly British magazine dedicated to the Amstrad PCW range of microcomputers
AC's Guide to the Commodore Amiga MagazineAn Amiga-oriented magazine published from the late 1980s to early 1990s
Acorn User MagazineCovered the range of Acorn home computers, the BBC Micro and Atom at first and later the Electron, Archimedes and Risc PC
Ahoy! MagazineA magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga
Amazing Computing MagazineA computer magazine devoted to the Amiga computer
Amiga Action MagazineA monthly magazine about Amiga video games
Amiga CD32 Gamer MagazineAmiga CD32 Gamer called itself "The Best Guide to CD32 Software in the World". It was published in the 1990s.
Amiga Computing MagazineAmiga Computing (UK Edition) issues 1-127 (June 1988 - October 1997)
Amiga Format MagazineA British computer magazine for Amiga computers, published by Future plc
Amiga Shopper MagazineRecommended best buys for Amiga computers
Amiga User International MagazineA monthly computer magazine published in its later years by AUI Limited, it was the first dedicated Amiga magazine in Europe and in comparison to other Amiga magazines, AUI had a more serious perspective
Amiga World MagazineA magazine dedicated to the Amiga computer platform
Amstrad Action MagazineA monthly magazine, published in the United Kingdom, which catered to owners of home computers from the Amstrad CPC range and later the GX4000 console
Amstrad Computer User MagazineThe official magazine for the Amstrad CPC series of 8-bit home computers
Amtix MagazineA monthly software review for the Amstrad computers
A.N.A.L.O.G. (Atari Newsletter And Lots Of Games) Computing MagazineAn American computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit home computer line
Antic MagazineA home computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit computer line (Atari 400/800 and compatibles)
Antic's Amiga Plus MagazineA magazine for the Commodore Amiga
Apple 2000 MagazineA UK-based magazine, calling itself "The All Apple User Group Committed to All Apple Users Including Macintosh". It was published in the late 1980s to the early 1990s.
Apple Orchard MagazinePublished by the Apple Core Users Group to provide information to fans of the Apple Computer at the Fifth Annual West Coast Computer Faire
Atari Connection MagazineThe official publication of the Atari Computer division
Atari Explorer MagazineAn official Atari Magazine covering the Atari series of computers, specifically the later ST and beyond models
Atari User MagazineA British computer magazine aimed at users of Atari home computers, and published by Database Publications (later known as Europress) between 1985 and 1988
Australian Commodore Amiga ReviewThe longest-running Amiga magazine in Australia, published from 1983 to 1996
BASUG NewsletterBritish Apple System Users Group newsletters, published in the early 1980s
BBC BASICTutorials and examples for BBC BASIC
BBS MagazineThe Bulletin Board Magazine
Blacklisted! 411 MagazineThis magazine is dedicated to the curious people who want to know the "inside" technical information regarding computers, BBS's, the telephone company, arcade games, radio equipment, general electronic equipment, cable and other utility companies and anything/everything nobody else wants to talk about... or might not even KNOW about!
Boardwatch MagazineFounded in 1987, it began as a publication for the online Bulletin Board Systems of the 1980s and 1990s and ultimately evolved into a trade magazine for the Internet service provider (ISP) industry in the late 1990s
BYTE MagazineA microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage
Color Computer MagazineA glossy magazine dedicated to the Radio Shack Color Computer, published in the early 1980s
Commodore MagazineLived from January of 1987 to October of 1989
Commodore C16/Plus 4 Handbook NewsletterA UK newsletter aimed at Commodore users that was published in the 1990s
Commodore DiskUser MagazineA magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Commodore 128, and Commodore Plus/4
Commodore Format MagazineA British magazine for users of the Commodore 64 home computer
Commodore Horizons MagazineStarting in April 1986 with Issue 28 the magazine changed its name to Commodore and Amiga Horizons
Commodore Microcomputer MagazineOne of a pair of computer magazines published by Commodore Business Machines in support of their 8-bit home computer lines of the 1980s
Commodore Power/Play MagazineCommodore Power/Play and Commodore MicroComputer ended publication at the end of 1986. Starting January 1987 they combined to become Commodore Magazine.
Commodore User (CU) MagazineOne of the oldest British Commodore magazines
Compuserve MagazineThe magazine sent to subscribers of the CompuServe Information Service
Compute!'s Amiga ResourceCompute!'s entry into the Amiga magazine field
Compute! GazetteA computer magazine of the 1980s, directed at users of Commodore's 8-bit home computers
Compute! MagazineAn American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994
Computer and Video Games MagazineIssues 01-126 (November 1981 - May 1992) plus Yearbooks
Computer Language MagazineMagazine covering computer languages
Computer Monthly NewsletterComputer Monthly Newsletter was published in the early 90s
Computer PaperA monthly computer magazine that was published in Canada (both in print and online) from February 1988 until November 2008
Computer Shopper MagazineA monthly consumer computer magazine published by SX2 Media Labs
Computers and Electronics MagazinePopular Electronics continued with a full range of construction projects using the newest technologies such as microprocessors and other programmable devices
Computing Now! MagazineCanada's Personal Computing Magazine
Computist MagazineThis magazine was an Apple-II oriented publication distributed and sold between 1981 and 1993
CPU NewsletterMagazine for Commodore 64/128 8-Bit Enthusiasts (Published in the late 1990s)
Crash MagazineA magazine dedicated to the ZX Spectrum home computer
Creative Computing MagazineOne of the earliest magazines covering the microcomputer revolution
CU Amiga MagazineAn Amiga-focused magazine made in the UK from 1990 to 1998
Dragon User MagazineA British magazine for users of the Dragon 32/64 computers published from 1982 by Sunshine Publications
Electron User MagazineA magazine for BBC Electron Users published in the 1980s
Family Computing MagazineA 1980s U.S. computer magazine published by Scholastic, Inc.
Games Machine MagazineThe Games Machine Issues 1-33
H&E Computronics MagazineH&E Computronics, Inc. was well known for their line of business software for the TRS-80 and other computers, including programs such as VersaReceivables and VersaLedger. But they were probably best known for their TRS-80 monthly magazine, which billed itself as "the original magazine for TRS-80 owners."
Hardcore Apple MagazineA computer newsletter published in the 1980s and dedicated to the Apple family of computers
Home Computer Course MagazineA partwork magazine published by Orbis Publishing in the United Kingdom during 1983 and 1984, covering the subject of home computer technology
Home Computing Weekly MagazineA magazine published from 1983-1985 about computer software and the industry at large
I/O MagazineA Japanese Computer magazine that has been published since the 1970s
IBM OS/2 Developer Magazine"A Magazine for Advanced Software Development"
inCider MagazineA slick, glossy Apple II-related magazine published in the 1980s, following the Apple II through to early Macintosh models
IEEE MagazinePeer-reviewed articles, regular columns, and interviews on current computing-related issues
INFO MagazineA computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga
Input MagazinePublished by Marshall Cavendish in the United Kingdom during 1984 and 1985, covering the subject of home computer programming
Interface Age MagazineThis magazine catered to a fairly technical readership and offered product reviews as well as programming information and coverage of more technical topics
K-Power MagazineA computer magazine with an emphasis on education, published in the United States by Scholastic, Inc and edited by Anne Krueger
Kilobaud Microcomputing MagazineA magazine dedicated to the computer homebrew hobbyists from the end of the 1970s until the beginning of the 1980s
Learn Visual Basic 6.0 (W98)Course notes for VB 6
Linux Journal MagazineFocused specifically on Linux, allowing the content to be a highly specialized source of information for open source enthusiasts
MacWorld MagazinePublished since 1984, the magazine has the largest audited circulation (both total and newsstand) of Macintosh-focused magazines in North America
Make MagazineA "do-it-yourself" magazine for tinkering nerds
Mean Machines MagazineMean Machines was a multi-format gaming magazine released between 1990 and 1992 in the United Kingdom
Mean Machines SEGA MagazineSEGA edition of the Mean Machines magazine
micomBASIC MagazineA monthly publication that was printed in Japan from the early 80s to 2003 and contained programs written in BASIC for many Japanese computers of the time, both the popular and less popular ones
MICRO MagazineMicrocontamination and then MICRO was recognized as one of the leading technical trade magazines in the semiconductor and related advanced micro/nanoelectronics manufacturing fields
Micro 6502 MagazineA 6502-specific magazine published by Robert M. Tripp
Micro-80 MagazineThe first Australian TRS-80 magazine
MicroTimes NewsletterPublished starting in 1984, the MicroTimes Newspaper lauded itself as the newsletter for computer users in California
MicroUser MagazineA British specialist magazine catering to users of the BBC Microcomputer series, Acorn Electron, Acorn Archimedes and, to a limited extent, the Cambridge Z88
Midnite Software GazetteA newsletter started for the Central Illinois PET Users Group
Monitor MagazineCommodore Users Group of Saskatchewan (CUGS) was a nonprofit organization comprised of Commodore 64 and 128 users interested in sharing ideas, programs, knowledge, problems, and solutions with each other
MSX MagazineA Japanese-language magazine for the MSX computer
NewTekniques MagazineAn Amiga magazine published by Amiga vendor NewTek in the late 1990s
Next Generation (NextGen) MagazineA video game magazine that was made by Imagine Media publishing company (now Future Network USA)
NForce MagazineNintendo Entertainment System Video Game Magazine
NZ Bits and Bytes MagazineThis magazine was the first national periodical devoted to the growing microcomputer "scene" in New Zealand.
On Three MagazineA glossy newsletter dedicated to the Apple III computer, published in the mid-1980s
One MagazineA video game magazine in the United Kingdom which covered 16-bit home gaming during the late 1980s and early 1990s
Page 6 (New Atari User)The magazine supported both the Atari 8-bit family of computers (400/800/XL/XE) and the Atari ST range
Paint MixingJon's Six-Color Paint Mixing System
PC MagazineAn American computer magazine published by Ziff Davis
PC Tech JournalA sister publication of PC Magazine that focused on the technical aspects of the Personal Computer
Peelings II MagazineThe Magazine of Apple Software and Hardware Evaluation
Personal Computer Games MagazineA multi-format UK computer games mag of the early/mid eighties
Personal Computer News MagazineCovered all micros and aspects of the era, before disappearing without warning in 1985
Personal Computer World MagazineThe first British computer magazine
Personal Computing MagazinePersonal Computing Magazine issues 1977-1984
Popular Computing WeeklyA computer magazine in the UK published from the early 1980s until the early 1990s
Practical Computing MagazineA UK computer magazine published monthly from 1978 to 1987
Pro/Files MagazineA magazine targeted toward Kaypro users
PsychOS Development LogsThe PsychOS project's development logs for its i686 GNU/Linux distribution
PsychOS486 Development LogsThe PsychOS486 project's development logs for its i486/i586/i686 GNU/Linux distribution
Radio Craft MagazineRadio Craft Magazine 1929-1953 and bonus issues
Rainbow MagazineA monthly magazine for the TRS-80 Color Computer by the Tandy Corporation (now RadioShack)
RasPi MagazineTeam behind Linux User & Developer magazine, RasPi is the essential guide to getting the most out of the Raspberry Pi credit-card sized computer
Retro Computer Game Design and Programming BooksA perpetual collection (~138 books) of retro computer videogame design and programming books for 6502, Amiga, Apple, Atari, BBC Micros, Commodore, TRS-80, etc.
Robotics Age MagazineA magazine about robotics
RUN MagazineAn American computer magazine published monthly by IDG Communications with its first issue debuting in January 1984
SID In Magazine"A SID Magazine for SID People" published information about Commodore music generation (using the SID chip)
Sinclair User MagazineA magazine dedicated to the Sinclair Research range of home computers, most specifically the ZX Spectrum
Softline MagazineAn American magazine of the early 1980s that focused on the Apple II computer
SoftSide MagazineA defunct computer magazine, begun in October 1978 by Roger Robitaille and published by SoftSide Publications of Milford, New Hampshire
Softalk MagazinePublished between September 1980 and August 1984, Softalk magazine uniquely captures the dawn of the microcomputer and digital revolution through its deep and broad editorial content
Spectrum Show MagazineThis magazine is a yearly roundup of the reviews and features that appeared in the monthly YouTube show of the same name
ST Format MagazineA computer magazine in the UK covering the Atari ST during the late 1980s and early 1990s
STart MagazineA spin-off computer magazine started by ANTIC magazine. Unlike ANTIC, STart focused on Atari's new ST computer line.
ST-Log MagazineA magazine for the Atari ST and other Atari 16-bit computers published in the late 1980s
Sync MagazineA relatively short-lived glossy magazine dedicated to the Timex Sinclair/ZX80/ZX81 models of computers
ThunarNotes on the use of Thunar and its custom actions
Total (Clubbed) Amiga MagazineAn Amiga magazine
TPUG NewsletterShort for Toronto Pet Users Group
Transactor MagazineOne of the noted C64 hardware-hacking magazines, it was originally published by Commodore Canada
TRS-80 Microcomputer NewsRadio Shack's own official publication supporting the TRS-80, sent for free to anyone who bought a TRS-80 computer
Tux MagazineA Linux magazine aimed at Linux desktop end users, specifically those who use the KDE desktop environment
Undercolor MagazineA bi-weekly newsletter published in support of the Tandy Color Computer (Coco)
UNIX Review MagazineAn American magazine covering technical aspects of the UNIX operating system and C programmer
Virus BulletinA magazine about the prevention, detection and removal of malware and spam
VT100.netInformation on the VT100 up to VT320
Washington Apple Pi JournalThe official journal and newsletter of the Washington Apple Pi user group
Web ColorsJon's NetColor Internet Color Guide
Workbench NewsletterA newsletter by the Amiga Users Group of Australia covering Amiga-related subjects and news
Your 64 MagazineA British computer magazine aimed at users of the Commodore 64 and VIC-20 home computers, launched by Sportscene Specialist Press in 1984 as a sister title to "Your Spectrum"
Your Commodore MagazineA magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Commodore PC range
Your Computer MagazineA British computer magazine published monthly from 1981 to 1988, and aimed at the burgeoning home computer market
Your Spectrum MagazineA hobbyist publication, originally published bi-monthly in 1984, before quickly turning into a monthly magazine
ZX Computing MagazineIssues 01-38 (Summer 1982 - May 1987)
ZZap!64 MagazineA computer games magazine covering games on the Commodore International series of computers, especially the Commodore 64


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