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Mac Attack - 1992

Mac Attack - 1992

Stephen Teague edits copy on a Macintosh Classic II computer. The networked personal computers allowed writers and editors to share stories more easily and quicken the speed of editing. A reporter could write a story in one of the journalism labs, save the story onto a 1.4K floppy disk, bring it to The Traveler offices at 747 W. Dickson, and pop it into one of The Traveler's Macs. The Macintoshes had 9-inch monochrome monitors and two ports for the floppy disks.

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