[NTLK] IN - Intelligent Newton Magazine

Victor Rehorst victor at chuma.org
Wed Apr 12 17:34:04 PDT 2023

Also sticking up my hand to volunteer for scanning and archiving, if you 
can be bothered to mail them to Toronto for me (I'll pay you back for 
whatever extortionate amount USPS charges for this "international" 
service).  But Alan and David might be easier if they're local or in the 


On 2023-04-12 17:08, David Lairson wrote:
> I have a scanner, several of them actually. I’d be willing to scan them if no one else is able to
>> On Apr 12, 2023, at 4:38 PM, Dan <dan at dbdigitalweb.com> wrote:
>> Hello Alan,
>> I don't know of any Intelligent Newton Magazine archive.  In fact, until this moment, I don't think I have ever heard of this magazine.  I knew of the Newton articles in various magazines but not a Newton specific one.
>> I don't have a working scanner at the moment or I would help in this endeavor.
>> Barry, if Alan can't for whatever reason, don't chuck them.  I will at least take them from going to the dumpster and try to get scans made later on at some point.
>> -Dan
>>> On 4/12/2023 2:35 PM, Alan Grassia wrote:
>>> Hello Barry and Newton Friends,
>>> Is there an archive of these magazines somewhere?
>>> If not, I can volunteer to archive them. I may not know all the in’s and out’s of Newton OS, but I know how to use my scanner.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Alan Grassia
>>>>> On Apr 12, 2023, at 2:31 PM, Barry Rosenfeld <> wrote:
>>>> Long time lurker here. Cleaning out our attic, I found copies of 6 issues of IN - Intelligent Newton Magazine, all from 1994. I believe this is the entire run of the magazine. They are in reasonably good shape. Anyone want them? Otherwise they are going into the dumpster! Let me know.
>>>> Barry Rosenfeld
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