From The Publisher: Jun. 10, 1991

We're do-it-yourselfers at TIME. To the greatest extent possible, we like to produce each issue with our own staff, because we believe that's the best guarantee of quality. Last month we became self-reliant in an important new area, a complex technological process called imaging. Through a network of computers and electronic equipment, imaging makes it possible to convert photographs, illustrations and other graphic aspects of the magazine into electronic data. These data can be stored, displayed on computer screens and eventually used to produce the pages you read. TIME is unique among major American news publications in being able to do...

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