Well, here we are: the first issue of the new ANALOG Computing, your one-stop magazine for coverage of all Atari computers. We've worked hard to put together what we feel is the best Atari magazine value available anywhere, and we hope that, once you have had a chance to look through it, you'll agree.
Because we are now the largest Atari-specific magazine, we have plenty of room to stretch out. We've managed to cram into these pages all of the features and columns that both ANALOG Computing and ST-LOG readers have come to expect. Nowhere else can you get over 130 pages of reviews, programs, tutorials, columns and features designed to help you get the best from your Atari computer. No matter which Atari computer you own-an 8-bit or an ST-the new ANALOG Computing is one of your best investments.
Of course, we can't claim this issue is perfect. We've done the best we can, but we need your input in order to help us line-tune ANALOG Computing so that it is exactly what you'd like it to be. So please, sit down and read through this issue; then, while it's fresh in your mind, jot us a quick note. Let us know what you like and what you don't like. If there's something new you'd like to see, tell us. Your opinions are important. This magazine is, after all, for you.
Those of you with subscriptions may be wondering exactly how the combining of the magazines will affect you. As you know by now (you are holding this magazine in your hands, after all), subscribers to either ST-LOG or the old ANALOG Computing will now get the new ANALOG. Those who subscribe to both magazines will have their subscriptions combined and extended. For example, if you have six months left on your subscription to ANALOG and nine months left on your subscription to ST-LOG, you will now get 15 months of the new ANALOG. In the months to come, we will continually improve ANALOG Computing, incorporating your suggestions and making sure all of you feel that you are getting the best possible magazine for your money. All we ask is that you write that letter. Write it today. Fill our mailbox to overflowing. We want to know what you think.
Responses to this editorial should be sent to ANALOG Computing, P.O. Box 1413 M.O., Manchester, CT 06040-1413.