IF Magazine: Internet Archive

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One of the things I love about the Internet is the amazing amount of things which would be nigh on impossible to find elsewhere. For example, the Internet Archive, which collects and stores vast quantities of really stuff has just released the complete run of  IF Magazine (1952-1974).

I absolutely dig living in the future only written about in these magazines!

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