This article first appeared in the February 20 issue of TIME magazine.
TIME Magazine’s first 20 years were marked by the birth of new technologies, such as the internet and the transistor, and by the dawn of the 21st century, we were still figuring out what was new and what wasn’t.
We still didn’t have the technology to get around town or communicate on the go.
Time magazine’s inaugural issue, however, celebrated the anniversary with a countdown to 2020 and a countdown clock that included the time.
That’s because, thanks to advances in the timing technology of the late 20th century, when Time Magazine was launched, the magazine could predict the weather in a single day, the time of a major earthquake in the United States, and even the weather of a hurricane.
This led to a number of breakthroughs in the way we make time and what is in our calendars.
Time Magazine has always been an organization that celebrates the achievements of our times and that includes our 100th anniversary next month.
It’s also a time magazine that looks back at the best and the worst of the past.
That means the 100th edition of TIME will also include a look back at some of our most memorable cover stories, some of the most iconic images from the magazine, and some of its greatest covers of the 20th Century.
And when it comes to iconic images, the cover of TIME Magazine is definitely in the spotlight.
The cover of its 100th issue, titled Time: A Celebration of the Future, looks back on some of TIME’s most iconic covers from the past 100 years.
It also includes some of Time’s most enduring and iconic images and stories, including: The American Dream, the Battle of the Bulge, and the Battle for New York.
The countdown clock on the cover, a nod to the magazine’s namesake, also pays tribute to the 100 years of TIME cover stories.
Time has always prided itself on being the place to share stories of the people who matter most, and TIME’s cover story of the century is a celebration of our people, our cities, and our planet.
With the 100 year anniversary next year, TIME has an opportunity to reflect on the incredible strides we’ve made and the changes we’ve had to make in order to get to the future that we all want.
For TIME’s 100th, we are honoring the many people who have helped shape and shape our times, including President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., President John F. Kennedy, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the late Chancellor Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, and legendary athletes such as Michael Jordan, LeBron James, and Serena Williams.
But we also want to honor the many others who have made TIME what it is today, including the hundreds of millions of people who live in cities across the United State who are experiencing a profound economic change because of globalization and technological change, as well as millions of others who are working to create jobs for their families and make our country stronger.
And, of course, our 100-year celebration of TIME covers is a reminder of the great people who built the magazine and its amazing people, many of whom have had an impact on the lives of so many generations.
The 100th TIME cover will be the first to feature an all-new cover story by a TIME staff member.
The original Time magazine, the first print issue of which was launched in 1953, will be returned to the cover for the first time in 100 years with a special look back by Time’s first-ever digital cover photographer.
The all-digital version of the cover features TIME’s original black and white images of the magazine in a new digital era.
The magazine’s all-time cover stories will return for the 100 th TIME cover as well, and this year’s cover features the first-person story of Time magazine.
In the all- digital cover, TIME’s digital-first images of TIME are shown on a screen behind the cover with the iconic cover story text, which was written by Time editor Arthur De Niro.
Time will also present a digital version of its magazine for the second time, featuring the original magazine in the magazine to mark its 100 year celebration.
And the magazine will also be available for purchase through digital-only retailers, including Amazon, B&N, Best Buy, and Walmart.
In addition to a digital-exclusive look back, TIME will be releasing the magazine on Apple Music, Google Play, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Google Play Music.
A full list of the digital-specific covers, as they were released this year, can be found on TIME’s official website.
Time’s 100-Year Celebration of Time: The First 100 Years The cover story is titled “Time’s 100 Years” and is part of TIME 100 Years celebration.
The story features a look at some key moments in Time magazine history, such the launch of the newspaper and the first