(: WANTED: Old/Used Computer and Electronics Magazines :)

(: WANTED: Old/Used Computer and Electronics Magazines :)

Post by Sellam Ism » Thu, 18 Sep 2003 03:36:06


WANTED:

Old and used computer and electronics magazines, periodicals, journals,
conference proceedings, etc. for a historic computing archive. Age is of no
relevance.

We're especially interested in any Tandy/Radio Shack oriented magazines,
journals and newsletters.

Specifically looking for the following titles currently, though this is by
no means a definitive list. We are interested in ANY and ALL old or used
computer or electronics magazines.

Business Computer Systems
Business Computing
Classroom Computer Learning
Communication News
Computer Decisions
Computer Design
Computer Graphics World
Computer Merchandising
Computer Reseller News
Computer Retailing
Computer Shopper
Computer Systems News
Computer Update
Computer Weekly
Computer-Aided Engineering
Computerworld
Data Communications
Datamation
DEC Professional
DEC User
Digital Technical Journal
EE Times
Electronic Engineering Times
Electronic Design
Electronic News
Electronic System Design Magazine
Federal Computer Week
Hardcopy
Hewlett-Packard Journal
Infosystems
InfoWorld
LIST
Micro Marketworld
Micro Report
Mini-Micro Systems
MIS Week
Network World
Office Administration and Automation
Office Computing Report
PC Magazine
PC Products
PC User
PC Week
Personal Workstation
Software News
Software Report
Software Retailing
Systems Integration
Systems & Software
S. Klein Computer Graphics Review
Seybold Report on Professional Computing
Unix Review
Unix World

Also seeking conference proceedings. Please call 925/294-5900 or e-mail
XXXX@XXXXX.COM if you would like to clear your shelves and make way for
something new :)

Thanks!
 
 
 

(: WANTED: Old/Used Computer and Electronics Magazines :)

Post by bv » Thu, 18 Sep 2003 11:27:02

In article <qKI9b.272972$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




What struck me as missing from that list was one of the first
computer mags that addressed what was to be the home/small-business
computer market.

And that was "The Intelligent Machines Journal". That's one set of
mags I wish I had not thrown out. Had a complete set except
for the last issue which got lost in the changeover when they
changed their name to Infoworld.

Bill

--
Bill Vermillion - bv @ wjv . com

 
 
 

(: WANTED: Old/Used Computer and Electronics Magazines :)

Post by et47 » Thu, 18 Sep 2003 11:47:55

Bill Vermillion ( XXXX@XXXXX.COM ) writes:
It seemed like some others were missing, but I didn't look real
close at the list.

Wasn't "The Intelligent Machines Journal" started as publicity
for the West Coast Computer Faire, though maybe published first
under a different name? My memory of it, admittedly dim, is
that it was published by Jim Warren, and started as publicity
for the Faire. I know I got something from time to time,
it was in a newspaper form, that had some actual articles.

That's one thing I did not keep, which is why my memory of it
is limited.

Michael
 
 
 

(: WANTED: Old/Used Computer and Electronics Magazines :)

Post by bv » Sun, 28 Sep 2003 23:38:01

In article <bk8i0r$2or$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




I don't know if was started as publicity but it was a subscripton
newspaper - and I think it may hade been biweekly. It really was
the first of it's type - and I guess that's why it was purchased
and renamed infoworld.


I'm sorry I didn't keep mine as it was the best and most timely
document in the fast changing world of small computers.

I have other old mags that I've saved in crates and I'm going to
have to see what I'm going to part with as I start cleaning up.
I've lived in the same house for eons and you know how things
accumualte.

There is a saying somwhere that 'three moves is the same as 1
fire'. But I just find a way to stack something else on top of
what is in the corner. :-)

Bill
--
Bill Vermillion - bv @ wjv . com