Intel offers $10K for mag, libraries scramble to protect copies

SarahL writes "I received this article via email from our Engineering librarian, forwarded from a Stanford Engineering Librarian...copies are being locked away as we speak. Pathetic, really...

From Cnet News.com
Intel offers $10,000 for Moore's Law magazine

Intel Corp. lives by Moore's Law, but it apparently doesn't have a copy of the magazine in which the law was first laid down.
The Santa Clara chip giant has posted a $10,000 bounty on eBay for someone who can provide a pristine April 19, 1965, copy of Electronics magazine."

Here's the WantItNow listing on eBay.

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Even worse...

Apparently at least one university is already reporting a theft. The article was razored out of a bound volume.

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