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Analog Computing Magazine

A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing magazine.

Analog Computing magazine was first published around 1981 and lasted until 1989. Later it was shortened to A.N.A.L.O.G. on the cover. Each issue came packed with a lot of good information, programs, game reviews, tips, news, and so much more. Some of the writers were Tom Hudson, Brian Moriarty, and Clayton Walnum. I am especially fond of these magazines since I grew up with them and used to get a monthly subscription in the mail for my Atari computer.

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Steve has always had a passion for computers even before I owned one. His first personal computer was an Atari 65xe purchased at Children's Palace around 1986. In later years he attended DeVry University and received a Computer Science degree, works as a Front End Web Developer and is a born again Christian. Although this is a tech site, I am never shy to admit that I am a sinner saved by the blood of Jesus Christ. If you ever want to talk about salvation, I'm game.