Yokosuka Computer Club, Computer Rag

The Computer Rag was founded in 1984 and went through several stages as publication shifted from dot-matrix printers mimicking monospaced type to daisy-wheel printers with occasional variable-width type back to dot-matrix printers producing bit-mapped type and graphics.

The Computer Rag, March 1984
The Yokosuka Computer Club publication, The Computer Rag, started life printed on a dot-matrix printer and then reproduced via photocopy.
The Computer Rag, November 1985
After the introduction of the Macintosh, the Yokosuka Computer Club publication, The Computer Rag, was still produced using a dot-matrix printer, but now featured bit-mapped graphics.

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