Computer Shopper scans?

David Griffith dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu
Thu Nov 6 18:25:02 CST 2008


On Thu, 6 Nov 2008, Antonio Carlini wrote:

> Jules Richardson wrote:
>
> > That's a really good idea - thanks. (I'm now trying to work out if
> > computershopper.com is anything to do with the magazine - hard to
> > tell. Plus there seem to be two different sites claiming to be for
> > computer shopper magazine subscriptions - which makes me think that
> > at least one of them must be bogus!)
>
> Assuming the museum has the UK magazine (which is a reasonable
> assumption) the computershopper.com is not it; either that or they've
> been getting away with "theater" for far too long :-)
>
> I do have one or two copies of that rag^H^H^Hmag somewhere, but nowhere
> convenient right now. I assume that, if it has a homepage, this one is
> more likely: http://www.computer-shopper-magazine.co.uk/. It certainly
> looks more like the covers that I remember (and that "£" price seems
> a good hint too).

Wait...  Are you guys talking about scanning Computer Shopper from back
when it was the size of a phonebook?  It seems to me that that era
contains the most vintage-interest.

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