The list author says: "Perhaps it started when somebody had a great idea to put a bunch of Spider-Man comic books on a large set of CD-ROMs. Soon, DVD discs came along allowing for more storage space on a single disc. And today, numerous DVDs exist containing complete comic adventures of your favorite superhero in digital form. In this day and age, more companies are realizing the untapped potential of digital archiving. Some have even ventured into archiving back issues of magazines that sell above and beyond their original worth. Convenience and availability at the touch of your fingers has never been better.
(If you're interseted, take a gander at my "Marvel Digital Comics" list)"
"This collection offers a detailed, entertaining history of the life of the city, the nation, and the world from February 1925 to February 2005. Every article, every cartoon, every illustration, every advertisement, exactly as it appeared on the printed page, in full color."
"In the fall of 2007 Rolling Stone magazine, will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Over 1,000 issues containing every article, interview, photo, and cover as well as every book and movie review of the past 40 years."
"This first volume covers the launch of the magazine in 1953 with the now unforgettable Marilyn Monroe featured as Playboy's first centerfold, up through the beginning of 1960. This archive consists of searchable digital editions of every page of every issue published during the magazines celebrated first decade."