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ROM Volume 1, Number 1

Volume 1

Volume Issue Date Title
1 1 July, 1977 Digital Foam - The Sexiest Peripheral Ever
1 2 August, 1977 Binary Clocks in 0011/0100 Time
1 3 September, 1977 Computer Wrestling: The Program of Champions
1 4 October, 1977 Guard Against Grib Death with your Micro
1 5 November, 1977 Project Prometheus by Lee Felsenstein
1 6 December, 1977 Computers Challenge America's Cup
1 7 January, 1978 Synthetic Skin for your Robot and how to Make it
1 8 February, 1978 Artificial Intelligence
1 9 March/April, 1978 What Computers Still Can't Do

ROM was a short-lived publication that tried to compete in the home computer magazine space. They were absorbed into Creative Computing after 9 independant issues.

Many early luminaries wrote articles for the publication including Lee Felsenstein, Ted Nelson and Stan Veit.

(Submitted November 30, 2010 15:31:27 by Gary Clark)

I have the entire collection in good condition. I also have entire collection less 1 issue.

(Submitted September 4, 2010 21:59:53 by bobby372010)

I saved a lot of old computer magazines, ROM, Personal Computing, Dr.Dobbs Journal of Software tools, MACWORLD, Creative Computing and Calculators Computers all in the late 70's through the late 80's. Some are in mint condition.

(Submitted September 5, 2009 19:48:11 by Gary Clark)

I have 1 set from 1 thru 9 and another from 1 thru 8. I wonder what they are worth? In near mint codition since I put them away for the purpose of saveing them.

(Submitted April 29, 2009 10:12:31 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

I had the entire run of this 'zine. In retrospect, I sorry I threw them out.

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