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VQR frees their archives online

The Virginia Quarterly Review has made available their entire archive of articles, poems, essays, and book reviews from 1975 to 2003…all online and free to read for all. These two articles called out in the announcement caught my eye:

A mind-blowingly prescient prediction of Wikipedia, e-book readers, and political blogs from sociologist Irving Louis Horowitz back in 1983. This article will have to get a blog entry dedicated to it at some point.

David Wyatt looks forward to the Star Wars franchise from back in 1982, when A New Hope (Episode IV) and The Empire Strikes Back (Episode V) were the only two movies, and he seems awfully excited.

An archive to add to the list.