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March 18, 2010

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Complete Run of “Spin” Now Available via Google Books

From ResourceShelf

The Google Magazine Archive (part of Google Books) continues to expand with complete runs (aka all of the issues) of a publication.

About 10 days ago we posted that 40 years of content from IDG computer publications had been digitized and was now searchable.

Today, via BB we learned that the complete run of Spin, a music and lifestyle magazine, that was published from July, 1985-October, 2009.

You can access the magazine here.

Of course, the content is searchable (search box, top of page) with an advanced interface link to the right of the search button. If you want to limit your search to only “Spin,” place “Spin” in the “Publisher”
box on the advanced interface. Using the basic search box (without the proper syntax) will search the entire Google Books database.

If you were around during Spin’s time and feel like reminiscing or want to read what musicians were saying then (some, who are still around today) you’ll have some fun here.