By Andrew Liszewski
If you missed a past issue of the New Yorker, or like me, have missed every single issue they’ve ever published, you can now order their complete back catalog on an easy to transport 80GB external hard drive. That amounts to over 4,000 issues of the magazine, including articles, stories, cartoons and even advertisements.
It also comes with The Complete New Yorker software which you have to install on your PC in order to access the back catalog, but presumably it makes viewing and searching past issues a lot easier. It’s available directly from the New Yorker’s Online Store for $179, and if you buy it now they’ll send you an upgrade disc in December for free which will ensure your collection is up-to-date for 2008.