RE : Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Digital Edition of Playboy from the 50s

From: E. Borgers (
Date: 05 Mar 2008

Thanks for the tip about this digitalized Playboy collection.
  And of course we all during the 50s ans 60s bought Playboy (US editionࠦirst for the quality of its articles and fiction...
  What I remember also is that besides crime authors and their short stories, there were a lot of interseting interviews, of authors and others, that could be of interest for the Avians; they gave voice to creators and authors that were not really welcome in the mainstream publications of the time.

Jeff Vorzimmer <> a 飲it :
> "The same people (Bondi) also offer 40 years of ROLLING STONE in the
> same format."
> Are the magazines searchable?

The actual text is not, but there are page tags that are searchable. So you can search for a story title or author. You could, for example, search for all the stories by Roald Dahl. When you open the page that a sotry or article is on, the jump pages appear on the navigation bar at the top, so you can go immediately to the next page of the story without having to flip through each page to get there.

This might seem to be off-topic, but the magazine is a treasure trove of good crime stories, more so than any anthology at the same price.



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