Issue 2.09 and earlier are mostly complete.
Issues 2.10 through 3.01 are complete.
Issues 3.02 is only just started, and 3.03 is missing.
Scans of the magazine covers on Flickr.
The final masthead.
Complete list of employees of both versions of the 1990s Wired UK.
3.02 - February 1997
3.01 - January 1997
2.12 - December 1996
- Write Code. Have Fun. Make Money. Steve Shipside on Britain's entrepreneurs
- Umberto Eco on everything
- The Ditcherati: Old Street's new media
- Star Trek saves the world!
2.11 - November 1996
- Who is the Sandman? From comics to new media to TV's Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman is proving that the story is the killer app.
- Bill Gates, Art Historian
- Boys, Toys and Astronaut Barbie
- Germany's Net Blitzkrieg
2.10 - October 1996
- New Technology New Politics. The Wired manifesto for the digital society
- Dirty Pixels. fun.nl on the Web
- Big Brother, plc. EDS grabs our data
- Exclusive Extract. William Gibson's Idoru
2.09 - September 1996
- Five Go Nuts in Cambridge. Acorn's mad rush to build the world's first Network Computer
- RoboTrader, Scourge of the City
- The Death of the Brand
- Ivan Moscovich, Puzzle of the Century
- Drugs You Can Eat
2.08 - August 1996
- The Egos at id. They made Doom, the most popular computer game of all time. Can they do it again with Quake?
- John Major, Email Eavesdropper
- How to Make a Soul: Andrew Brown on Consciousness
- Peter Drucker: "The Computer Industry Hasn't Made a Dime"
2.07 - July 1996
- This Swiss Banker Wants to Make You Rich
- Bruce Sterling Among the Killer Robots
- Clive Sinclair Stole My Childhood
- InfoWar: Are You Ready?
- Intel Goes Hollywood
2.06 - June 1996
- Iain M. Banks. The Man, the Initial, the Exclusive Extract from his New Novel, Excession
- Wales's Wired Valleys
- Microsoft Does a Murdoch
- Intranets Blow Businesses Apart
2.05 - May 1996
2.04 - April 1996
2.03 - March 1996
- Net Virgin. Richard Branson Has Wiredness Thrust upon Him
- The Chernobyl Zone
- Code Crackers
- The New Economy
2.02 - February 1996
- The Man Who Made the Mac.
Steve Jobs Objects to Microsoft, Hot Java and American Washing Machines
- Cricket Nets
- The 150mph C5
2.01 - January 1996
- Channelling McLuhan. Holy fool of the global village
- You Too Can Write for Star Trek
- The French Supercomputer Fiasco
- America Gets Copyright Wrong
- War, Peace, and E-mail in Bosnia
1.08 - December 1995
- Digital Disney. Hollywood moves into cyberspace
- Toy Story's John Lasseter replaces superstars with silicon
- Labour sells out to BT
- Reuters makes markets
- Inside Java
1.07 - November 1995
- Being Double Digital. The Media Lab at 10. The Wired Interview with Nicholas Negroponte
- The Pentagon's black budget secrets
- Venture capitalists: "All you need to know is sperm"
- Kevin Kelly interviews Douglas Hofstadter
1.06 - October 1995
- The Ultimate Man-Machine Interface. Jacking into the digital race car with Indy 500 Winner Jacques Villeneuve, Formula One's newest hotshoe
- The Net's real killer app - betting
- Humans as pets for robots
1.05 - September 1995
- Guilty. Believing is seeing. Jon Katz on the O.J. trial and the growing collapse of civic life in the digital age.
- The diary of The 11th Hour
- Neal Stephenson's new novel
- Is the Encyclopaedia Britannica obsolete?
1.04 - July/August 1995
- Richard Dawkins: Selfish genes and hot memes are the new mass media
- John Fraser's new generation of breeding buildings
- Jonathan Waldern:immerse yourself in VR
1.03 - June 1995
1.02 - May 1995
- Brian Eno: Gossip is philosophy. The Wired Interview with Kevin Kelly
- Peter Cochrane invents BT's future
- Video surveillance: Welcom home, Big Brother
- Duckman, ruder than The Simpsons
1.01 - Premier UK Edition
- "We have it in our power to begin the world over again". Thomas Paine, Digital Revolutionary, 1737-1809
- Douglas Adams: He can sell you anything
- Europe at War: The battle for la culture
- The Turing Test: What's it mean to be human?