Sunday, September 03, 2006

The New Yorker sells archives on hard drive

I love this idea:

In one of the first digital publishing initiatives of its kind, we are proud to announce the release of The New Yorker’s entire archive, February, 1925 - April, 2006, on a palm-sized portable hard drive.

More publications should be selling their archives in digital form. It is easy ancillary income and it provides data that libraries, researchers, authors, magazine fans, and all around geeks would gladly purchase.

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