Computation (Jul, 1953)
Why don’t people put math poetry in ads anymore? Also, wasn’t Zero invented in India?
who first wrote zero
the mathematic clue
nothing at all is a hero
never got his due
the eternal naught.
Expand your knowledge – Subscribe to Byte (May, 1980)
Very few people remember the magazine drive.
Expand your knowledge
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The 1980’s are here! The decade of the personal computer has arrived, and BYTE has made it happen! BYTE – ‘ the small systems journal devoted to personal computers — has helped usher in the new era. Leading the personal computer revolution, which is already transforming home and personal life, are BYTE’s 160,000 enthusiastic readers. Their enthusiasm has made BYTE the largest computer magazine in the world!
What’s New in Mnemonics? (Jun, 1955)
I thought I’d post these two ads together. Here is a Remington Rand computer ad from 1955 and below is a Remington typewriter ad from 1902.
What’s New in Mnemonics?
The news is that the magnetic-core memory has emerged from the computer laboratory and has been in customer use for approximately a year, passing all tests with flying colors. This new development has been pioneered by Remington Rand with the Univac Scientificâ€”the first installation of a commercially available computer that successfully uses magnetic-core storage.