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Computer Nerd Kev
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Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:26 pm   



I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...

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Trevor Wilson
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Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:57 am   



On 19/01/2018 10:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
Quote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...


**Oh, wow! Just wow. Thanks for the link.

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www.rageaudio.com.au

Clifford Heath
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Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:12 pm   



On 20/01/18 19:57, Trevor Wilson wrote:
Quote:
On 19/01/2018 10:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...

**Oh, wow! Just wow. Thanks for the link.


Indeed.

I went looking for a Circuits and Designs circuit which was
the first thing I ever had published, but it must have been
in 1975. Wish I could find those issues somewhere...

It was a water level sensor that activated a valve to keep
our swimming pool full while we were away. Anyone care to
check and tell me what month it was?

Clifford Heath.

Tony
Guest

Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:20 am   



On 19-Jan-18 7:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
Quote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...


Thanks for the link! With working search engine this site is priceless.

Tony

keithr0
Guest

Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:17 pm   



On 1/19/2018 9:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
Quote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...

Takes you back (probably too far for some). I liked the picture of the
gear that I used to operate at Carnarvon and Island Lagoon in the
tracking station article.

Clocky
Guest

Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:15 pm   



On 19/01/2018 7:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
Quote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...



Belated, but thanks so much for the links!

Harold
Guest

Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:11 pm   



"Clocky" <notgonn_at_happen.com> wrote in message
news:p574ig$1uka$1_at_gioia.aioe.org...
Quote:
On 19/01/2018 7:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...



Belated, but thanks so much for the links!


Also belated, and seconded!

H

Fred Smith
Guest

Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:48 pm   



On 2018-02-06, Harold <harold_and.a.bit_more_at_clotmail.com> wrote:
Quote:

"Clocky" <notgonn_at_happen.com> wrote in message
news:p574ig$1uka$1_at_gioia.aioe.org...
On 19/01/2018 7:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...



Belated, but thanks so much for the links!

Also belated, and seconded!

H



Me too...

So SC, why not release the mythical EA/ETI cdrom now, at last?
Just leave out the articles that can't get copyright waived. Or
are SC content to look on as people scan/upload their own
collections?

Jasen Betts
Guest

Sat Feb 10, 2018 6:57 am   



On 2018-02-06, Fred Smith <fred_at_thejanitor.corp> wrote:
Quote:
On 2018-02-06, Harold <harold_and.a.bit_more_at_clotmail.com> wrote:

"Clocky" <notgonn_at_happen.com> wrote in message
news:p574ig$1uka$1_at_gioia.aioe.org...
On 19/01/2018 7:26 PM, Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
I've known about the website americanradiohistory.com for some
time, but I just noticed that they've significantly expanded
their collection of Australian magazines available for download:

http://americanradiohistory.com/Electronics_Australia_AU.htm
http://americanradiohistory.com/ETI_Magazine-AU.htm

They're pretty complete from the late 70s onwards. Searchable
too.

Might pay to grab them quick before Silicon Chip finds out...



Belated, but thanks so much for the links!

Also belated, and seconded!

H



Me too...

So SC, why not release the mythical EA/ETI cdrom now, at last?
Just leave out the articles that can't get copyright waived. Or
are SC content to look on as people scan/upload their own
collections?


Their readers are more easily, and better, served by the pirate
copies of their back-issues. Silicon Chip doesn't need to contact
authors to gain permission, and doesn't have to publish a version
with pieces missing and deal with the resulting complaints.


It seems copyright on electronic copies of books is becoming
irrelevant. There are several sites where all you have to do
is ignore some adverts and you can download PDFs of recent books.


Winfield Hill (co-author of "The Art of Electronics") last-month
posted a URL to download a pdf of the most recent edition in
sci.electronics.design


Tor publishing has released sereval Novels in electronic form
under a Gratis, "copy freely" license, this started in the 1990s

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