It's been ten years since the passing of one of football's greatest characters, Brian Clough.
Read unique memories of the former , and manager here: http://goo.gl/ypkcZm
I didn't keep much from back then and now I'm trying to track down either scans of my articles (preferable) or (if affordable) original copies of those magazines in which my work was published.
I've managed to acquire quite a lot of issues of AUI in pdf format, and have begun extracting my articles and uploading them to a blog I'm launching to mark International Amiga Day (this Sunday 31 May) and also the 30th anniversary of the Amiga this July.
My new blog is entitled 'AMIGA meditations', and there'll be a selection of my work on there for people to freely download in jpg format from Sunday. Eventually, I hope to make all my articles available, and will also be adding my own new 'meditations' to my past body of work, as posts on the blog.
BUT there are a few gaps in coverage, and I'm not quite certain when my last article was published in AUI, though it was before August 1990, as I'm not on the list of contributors in that issue.
Anyway, the point of this message is that I'm hoping that someone out there can please help me by providing scans of my articles if they either have the original magazines and can scan from them, or have entire magazines for the missing dates in pdf format.
The missing issues of Amiga User International which I am searching for are not, as far as I can tell, available online, and are as follows:
Amiga User International
Volume 2, Issue 5, May 1988.
Volume 2, Issue 8, August 1988.
Volume 2, Issues 10 to 12, October-December 1988.
Volume 3, Issue 10, October 1989.
Volume 3, Issue 12, December 1989.
Volume 4, Issues 2 to 7, February-July 1990.
I do hope someone out there can help!
Thanks in advance,
Inbox, on the other hand, seems pretty cool - again it isn't ground breaking as such, but I quite like the bundles and the reminders/pinning aspects of it. Needs a lot more playing with but it could be a keeper!
When not working I'm pretty much obsessed with music. Listening to it, obviously, and also collecting vinyl records and playing my guitar, which even I have to say is coming on!
Oh, and I'm a Forest fan. They used to be good. Honestly.
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