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This issue grew out of an invitation workshop of the same title, "New Voices, New Topics (in the History of Computing and Information)" that Bill Aspray and Jeffrey Yost co-organized and co-ran at the University of Texas in 2010. The goal was to bring new authors to the Annals and publish important scholarship on topics that have been ignored or underrepresented in the literature. (The contents of the issue are discussed in our guest editors' introduction.) Among other attributes, this issue is a major contribution to the study of a diverse set of computer users. The Annals should continue to seek out and publish the best historical scholarship on users and user innovation, gaining further insight and nuance into how computing has changed the world.