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magicphill
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Does anyone know if Magic Magazine plan on making the back issues available digitally much like the Genii website ? Interestingly I noted that if you search the Ask Alexander database under all materials the Magic Magazines appear to be on there and you can search their content so they have obviously been scanned but not available as part of the subscription packages. Seems a shame that a lot of great card material from the Talk About Tricks and Inside Out columns is buried in past issues that are no longer available to buy.
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I believe that the magazine you see in the Alexander database is not the same as Stan Allen's magazine. I only have Charlier level access, so I can't say for sure, but if it is what is listed under the Hofzinser or Erdnase levels then they are not the same.

Send Stan an email. He's usually pretty quick to reply.
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It's the correct magazine but you can only view them on a search basis along with the rest of the conjuring arts library
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I've been a CARC subscriber for years and I really don't think Stan's magazine is on there as a digital edition (but I could be wrong). Stan has been digitizing the magazine at least since January 2014, so if you are a subscriber you would have access to the digital issues via the Magic website.
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There are things that you can see on computers that are actually in the CARC Library offices that you can't see remotely. Magic Magazine may be one of them. Whether or not they can legally send images out over the internet to remote subscribers depends on your subscription level, whether or not the book/magazine is in the public domain, and whether or not the copyright owner has given them permission to send stuff out.

But in the offices, they can (legally) scan and display pretty much everything they have an actual paper copy of -- U.S. Copyright law gives libraries a special exemption for that.
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