Issue #3. Yes, we are talking 1994.
I've been a reader of LJ since issue #2 was excitedly passed around a compiler design class I was taking in college, and a subscriber since issue #3. No breaks, all the way through.
I have a stack of LJ going way back, all the way to issue #3. My wife has declared that they can no longer have a home in the closet that now belongs to our young children, and she is right. It is time to let them go, especially with the ease of searching on the archive CD.
I am about to send them out with the recycling, but I thought I'd ask a simple question here first.
Does anybody want some classic LJ issues? I may be missing one or two, but I've literally got a three foot stack of LJ magazines from right at the beginning up through present day.
All I'll ask is that you pay for shipping if you want them.
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