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magicwolverine
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Thrilled to learn of Lybrary.com's offering of the digital version of Genii!

Thank you Richard!
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Nice! Didn't expect that did you Vlad? Cough it up! Smile How come this is not on CD also, is it too big? Just says flash drive but I guess that would work. Never had one yet though. Hope to add this to my collection sometime, which already is way too big to get through anytime soon. I love the classic periodicals.
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It would take about 6 to 8 DVDs to hold all the issues of Genii, so in consultation with Chris Wasshuber at Lybrary.com we decided to make it available via either download or flash drive (the latter you just plug into your USB port, and it's fully searchable).
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On Feb 17, 2015, Richard Kaufman wrote:
It would take about 6 to 8 DVDs to hold all the issues of Genii, so in consultation with Chris Wasshuber at Lybrary.com we decided to make it available via either download or flash drive (the latter you just plug into your USB port, and it's fully searchable).


Why can't preference be given to GENII subscribers? In other words, why do I have to pay $240 in addition to current subscription to be able to more freely -- er, poor choice of words -- conveniently peruse past issues, including ease of printing more than one page at a time? It just doesn't seem fair. At all. It would probably be more cost-effective just to get the lifetime subscription, though if the $1,000 lifetime rate meant I was still subject to such an unreasonably restrictive, cumbersome 1-page-only printing policy, I don't think I'd be happy camper that route, either.
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You don't have to pay a penny beyong your subscription price. You have easy and simple access on virtually every digital device to every issue of Genii ever printed, plus all the audio and video we've embedded in the last few years. For $35 a year that's one of the most amazing bargains on the planet.
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