InfoWorld

InfoWorld began life as The Intelligent Machines Journal, founded in 1978, Intelligent Machines Journal was a newsweekly, printed on broadsheet and stapled at the spine. While most computer journals in the 1970s focused on mainframe and minicomputers, The Intelligent Machines Journal devoted itself almost exclusively to microprocessor-based computers. It changed its name to InfoWorld in 1980, but continued publication on broadsheet until adopting a more conventional 8 1/2 x 11 format. In 2007, InfoWorld moved to an entirely Web-based publication.

Interface with tickle process, bingo cards at N2C4,” InfoWorld, The Newsweekly for Microcomputer Users, Vol. 4. no. 18, December 6, 1982, pp. 27-29.

Cover of InfoWorld, Vol. 4, no. 48, December 6, 1982. InfoWorld was published in broadsheet at this time, before moving to a standard magazine format and, eventually, to web-only.
Cover of InfoWorld, Vol. 4, no. 48, December 6, 1982. InfoWorld was published in broadsheet at this time, before moving to a standard magazine format and, eventually, to web-only.
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