|Origin||London, Ontario, Canada|
|Topics||computers, technology, programming|
|Number of Issues||?|
Algorithm Magazine was a quarterly magazine published by computer scientist and occasional Scientific American columnist A.K. Dewdny, creating a well-produced and fascinating zine about recreational computer programming. Focusing mainly on chaos science, Dewdny and his colleagues discuss things like fractal music, game theory, computer wallpaper, robotics, artificial life, cellular automata, neural nets, and genetic experiments.
Pseudo-code algorithms were included. Beginners will have no problem jumping right in, thanks to Dewdny's regular column, "Easy Pieces," found in each issue.