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TechnologyAndrew Pollack Computerizing Magazines

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THE next thing to be computerized might be the computer magazines themselves. A few magazines will soon have floppy disks containing computer programs to accompany the printed articles. In some cases, the entire magazine will be distributed on the floppy diskette instead of on paper. The diskette magazines, with names such as Microzine and Magazette, could become a new art form, combining the best of the two media. Or they could become oddities, like the little flexible phonograph records inserted into magazines.

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