|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.