While Macworld and MacUser capture the history of the Macintosh, Byte nicely captures the history of the entire personal computer industry from the early days (Sept 1975) through July 1998 (just two issues shy of 23 years).
Here for your reading pleasure are the first and second installment of the Byte archives, now including the entire run of the magazine.
While some of these magazines are available on Archive.org or as torrents, we've added quite a bunch of issues that had never been scanned before, and all issues have been lovingly restored by Steve M. to look as good as is possible from a magazine scan.
Plug in the MAC address of a network card or Bluetooth device and it'll tell you who manufactured it.
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