Nibble Magazine Archive

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Nibble Magazine Archive

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The Open Library is currently scanning in a microfilm archive of Nibble magazine, a publication for Apple II users that ran from 1980 to 1992.

Catch the latest scans over here:

https://archive.org/details/inlibrary?q ... publicdate

I hope they eventually scan copies of "Nibble Mac."

The Open Library has been scanning microfilm around the clock since the fall of last year. There is no end in site. I am deathly curious where they got this archive from. I check every day. Yesterday I was pleased to find several decades worth of "Asbestos Magazine."
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Incredible,

Although I'll make sure not to sniff out that last one ;-)

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I'll breathe easier when they've got them all archived :D
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And, hey, if you are into old computer magazines, they just started scanning in "Network Magazine."

https://archive.org/details/inlibrary?q ... publicdate
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Ironically, what I read old magazines for is the ads.

It was from a 1903 National Geographic that I discovered the first successful electric car company in the US was manufacturing and successfully selling electric delivery trucks in New York in 1903. And their ads continued up until WWI, when they abruptly stopped.

And my collection of MacWorld magazines (and TidBITS) is where I go to see who developed older software and when.
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