operating systems that were not yet within reach of most people. Any company or institution that had the nerve to hook a computer of any sort to the phone lines could well find themselves thoroughly analyzed and critiqued in the pages
of 2600. The format continued to be that of a monthly newsletter: three sheets of paper with loose-leaf holes punched in them for the convenience of readers.
Here, it's reformatted into an actual book, complete with explanations of the covers and various other features. Every character has been proofread (typos have been preserved) and many of the articles have stood the test of time and
are quite applicable today. Most every telephone number printed, however, has likely changed.