1/2 Off Linux Journal Archive CD-ROM

We don't and won't typically post promotions within our blogs but this deal is a little juicy so we wanted to make sure to spread the word. Through this Friday, August 1, the latest Linux Journal Archive CD-ROM is 1/2 off the regular price. The CD, which is regularly $34.95, can be purchased THIS WEEK ONLY from the Linux Journal Shop for just $17.48.

The Archive CD-ROM contains every issue of Linux Journal, from the premiere March 1994 issue through December 2007 -- that's over 160 issues in all in a handy, easy to use HTML format.

No special coupon code is necessary for the discount. Just make sure to get your order in by or before this Friday, August 1.



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Selling/Donating back issues

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I believe that I have every issue represented by this CD (which I just bought). I would like to get rid of at least the first 10 years of the magazine to free up room in the house. Any suggestions on how to get rid of them, say either to a library or someone who will at least cover shipping.

Is there any collectible value to the first year of the magazine?

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