MC die microcomputer-zeitschrift (magazine)
MC die microcomputer-zeitschrift was a monthly German microcomputer publication for technically interested persons, a bit similar to Byte magazine, but unlike Byte it often published the circuit diagrams of various computer devices. The magazine was started in 1981. In 1996 it became a supplement for another magazine called DOS-PC, (later called PC-Magazin) before it ceased to exist.
Ulrich Rohde, in Germany at the time a well known TV personality, who presented the weekly TV program WDR Computerclub, was its editor.
MC was published by "Franzis-Verlag GmbH".
- "MC die microcomputer-zeitschrift". Memim Encyclopedia. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
- http://www.kultboy.com/MC-Zeitschrift/46/ - online scans of frontpages
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