Rolling Stone has always been one of my favorite magazines. It was one of the first mags I ever bought a subscription to and I probably had a closet full of issues from the seventies and eighties until I realized that storing a bunch of paper in big stacks wasn't the greatest thing in the world. Now I have some issues with the direction of the Stone over the last few years, but when it finds its groove there's no one better.
This digital collection has the complete run of the Stone from the first issue in 1969 to 2007. That's a lot of issues, especially when you figure that the magazine was published every two weeks. I just picked this up at Barnes & Noble today for less than twenty five dollars. You can find it on Amazon for even less. I've been looking through briefly and it looks amazing. It reproduces the entire issue, ads and all. I have a feeling I'm going to be spending some serious time reading this.
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