San Francisco: Blue Notes, 1983. 4to, 20 pp. incl. covers, saddle-stapled wraps. Offset printed in blue ink.
Single issue of the early personal computing zine, which positions itself on the cover of this issue as being "an informational alternative to the rigors of digesting PC Magazine every month." The zine was printed in blue in homage to the blue side panels of IBM Mainframes. This issue includes the first installment of Harry Logan's "Com Corner," dedicated to telecommunications and computing, and includes a tutorial on Bulletin Board Systems (BBS), a review of the strategy game Pits and Stones, Bill Weil's Bits and Bytes column, and more.
Scarce. At the time of this issue the group had 300 members, suggesting a small print run (and even smaller for the earlier issues). A scarce early pc zine.
Old fold line, and some minro rusting to staple, toning to the covers, but a sound very good example. Item #30584