The October 1984 issue of Enter. This was a magazine associated with Children’s Television Workshop and covered the popular 8-bit computers of the day.
Enter, a magazine associated with Children’s Television Workshop, was a relatively short-lived 1980s computer magazine oriented towards kids/teens. It is somewhat similar to another short-lived 1980s magazine called K-Power by Scholastic. The October 1984 issue of Enter includes:
- Life On-Line – Welcome to the world of computer networking. A first-hand look at how people across the country are communicating with each other by computer. Plus, a kid’s view of the on-line life.
- Plugging In – ENTER’s step-by-step guide for getting on-line. Find out about modems, baud rate and on-line services that offer information, games and a whole lot more. Plus a 12-year-old Sysop’s own story.
- Martina’s High-Tech Trainer – A special computer program is helping international tennis great Martina Navratilova get an on-court advantage. Now she’s better than ever.
- Is There A Robot In The House? – There is in the D’Ignazio family – and it has changed home life in some unpredictable ways. Visit the D’Ignazios and see what it’s like to have a robot around the house.
- Computers Go To College – High technology meets higher education. Come along with Lisa Partch and Kathy Dawes during their first year on an all-computer college campus.
- Feedback – Readers write.
- Bits – A byte of news briefs.
- Ask Enter – Our Help-Line.
- Random Access – Nerds?
- User Views – Game reviews.
- Software Scanner – Reviews.
- Newsbeat – Computer news.
- Showbeat – High-Tech Showbiz.
- Pacesetters – Musa Mustafa, 17, computer animator.
- Connections – News to use.
- Pencil Crunchers – Maze. Micro-Words.
- Input – Your Opinions.
- BASIC Training – Programs for nine computers.
- BASIC Recommends – A book full of game programs.
- BASIC Glossary – Vocabulary.
- BASIC Plus – Debugging.