[78-L] "The Gramophone" 90 years of issues are now "on line...."

Mike Harkin xxm.harkin at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 5 08:30:03 PST 2012

Initially, if you registered [free], you could view pages in pdf,or in the
dorky OCR if you didn't choose to register.  You could not access more recent issues [x number of years prior to current date],tho' this didn't
bother me as I was interested only in the 78 era.Some years ago I heard
they were worried by the Copyright Gestapo about reproducing the adverts,
so they dropped the pdf....  

Mike in Plovdiv

--- On Mon, 11/5/12, Mason Aric Vander Lugt <mavander at syr.edu> wrote:

> From: Mason Aric Vander Lugt <mavander at syr.edu>
> Subject: [78-L] "The Gramophone" 90 years of issues are now "on line...."
> To: "78-l at klickitat.78online.com" <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>
> Date: Monday, November 5, 2012, 3:53 PM
> The new service is a bit different
> from the one offered at gramophone.net. The previous offered
> only the text, poorly OCR'd from scans of the magazine,
> where the new service contains the original formatting with
> images. I emailed to ask them to maintain the previous
> version for free (since most of us won't pay the premium
> price for a current subscription), but they wouldn't give.
> Many of the pages are available for preview here:
> http://www.exacteditions.com/read/gramophone
> Mason Vander Lugt
> Technical Specialist
> E.S. Bird Library, Syracuse University
> Acquisitions & Cataloging
> 222 Waverly Ave.
> Syracuse NY, 13210
> 315.443.1309
> mavander at syr.edu
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