- Hardcover: 124 pages
- Publisher: Random House; Book & DVD-ROM edition (September 20, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1400064740
- ISBN-13: 978-1400064748
- Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 1.2 x 12.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 145 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,818 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Complete New Yorker: Eighty Years of the Nation's Greatest Magazine (Book & 8 DVD-ROMs) Book & DVD-ROM Edition
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Fans of The New Yorker will be dazzled by The Complete New Yorker, a collection that includes every page of every issue, from full-color covers to spot drawings, from poetry to Profiles, from cartoons to advertisements--all on 8 searchable DVDs. No need to save old issues, with this package, you'll have every article, cartoon, illustration, and advertisement, as it appeared in print, at your fingertips. The Complete New Yorker covers the magazine's entire history, from February 1925 to February 2005, providing a detailed yet panoramic history of the life of the city, the nation, and the world.
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It seems that the New Yorker is providing back issues via their on line subscription service and no longer supporting this product, so if you really want back issues, I suggest getting an on line subscription.
In general, I found the browsing software slightly outdated, but it met my needs and I was able to quickly find the articles in which I was interested.
This set has all the cartoons, some of which are not available on the Cartoonbank website!
As a previous reviewer said about the cartoons, they are not in high resolution, but they are there.
I had a problem with error messages when I installed my software, which were solved by an update. You will have to use the Eustace Tilley Icon in the top left of the screen to access this option.
Once I had the Software installed, I was able to search away.
As for another reviewer's complaint about not everything being on the discs: you can access this information if you go are online.
You can't search the advertisements though. So, forget it if you are looking for an ad for the Triumph Stag you remembered from when you were a kid.
Otherwise, this is indeed a complete collection complete with searchability.
It's relatively easy to get all the DVD's onto a hard disk which is necessary to make the interface tolerable.
Still, the actual content is fascinating and is at a bargain price.
It's easy to install (intuitive) and the search archives works pretty much as one would expect except for a small bug. In typing "O'Hara", an error message is produced. I tried it without the apostrophe and no match was found. I went to Technical Support and discovered that my registration had not been saved on their database, so I had to re-register to ask my question.
Prior to getting an answer (minimum wait is 24 hours) I decided to try "Hara" and voila, John O'Hara showed up.
I am enjoying coming across unexpected treasures, such as the last short story from JD Salinger that has only been published in the New Yorker.
I tried printing and it works easily and intuitively as well.
A bargain given the amount of pleasure and entertainment it will provide.
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