World's first foreign language diskmagazine
Suomenkieliset Tietosanomat (translates as Finnish Information News) was the first known foreign language (ie. non-english) diskmagazine in the world for the Atari ST (and maybe for the whole 16-bit generation). It was also one of the world's first diskbased ST-magazines along with ST News and F.A.S.T.E.R. diskmagazine.
Suomenkieliset Tietosanomat ran continously for 10 years and was officially supported by Finnish Atari distributors (Tekno Computer, X-Computer and OY ION Finland). Last know issue was released in 1996. From its first full year run onwards it used a specially developed browser by Seppo Loisa. It's most notable feature was a hypertext language style system which allowed editors to link text and graphics for user to display.