Dynabyte Software got its start in 1987, creating software first for the Sinclair and Commodore series of computers, and then for the Amiga. In 1993 we changed our name to Satori Publishing, where we continue to create custom and commercial software for Macintosh and Windows computers.
Satori Publishing has also been a creator and syndicator of puzzles for publications since 1993. Our primary target market consists of small-town weekly newspapers and college (student) newspapers.
Some major clients over the years have included:
- Benedictine University
- Cleveland Jewish News
- Georgetown University
- Indiana Purdue Student Newspapers
- Panorama Magazine
- The Stanford Review
- University of Miami
- University of Southern Indiana
- U.S. CDC (Centers for Disease Control)
- U.S. FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
- The Wall Street Journal
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