By Harry McCracken | Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 2:57 am
I spent a couple of my formative years as a tech journalist working at InfoWorld–the publication which may have taught more to more tech journalists than any other. Thanks to Google Books, its entire print run is now available to peruse–including the early issues that document many of personal computing’s defining moments.
Even if you never read any of the articles, the early magazine-format covers are wonderfully evocative. I’ve compiled some of my favorites (from way before I worked there) into a gallery.