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My writing career began in 1992 in Computer Shopper (in an article about using user groups for tech support), and I have a huge fondness for the magazine. I was also one of the sysops on the ZNT:SHOPPER forum on CompuServe. To this day, I'm still friends with many of its writers, most of whom went on to far more fame and success, and one of whom became my "...


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I have a full collection of 1978 and 1979 PCW magazines. The Benchmark Tests are documented in Vol. 1 No. 1 under the article "Direct Addressing: Where to get your Personal computer". The November issue is simply a report of showing the results of benchmark times that were submitted from contributors that ran the programs listed in issue 1. The following ...


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No online resource found, but to record for posterity, here are some relevant links: The Centre for Computing History (Cambridge, UK) has a list of covers and brief summaries of contents. As you note in a comment, the Entry for November 1978 confirms that the article you are interested is in that edition. A blog entry on the PCW Preservation Project here is ...


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I'd think on the lines of the archive.org folks (many people has uploaded their significant magazines in the past, me included) or the Living Computer Museum. Scanning the tabloid-sized tomes is not going to be trivial, as the size is much larger than other magazines of the period, and the paper was thin and there is a lot of leakage from the other sides ...


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The Wayback Machine later redirects cdpubs.com to slorevo.com (SLO Revo, Inc.), and a Google search connects that company with a Steve Mann.


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There is no definitive archive for Personal Computer World, despite several community attempts to start one. The last article I tried to link here was virus-ridden (according to some readers; was fine for me, though) so I won't try again.


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