In anticipation of this request, and to preserve the somewhat tattered
original article, I scanned it yesterday. I have a 4MB color PDF and a
2MB black & white PDF (3 pages, 600dpi).
The Ziff-Davis version of Popular Electronics ceased publication in 1985
(Wikipedia: <http://tinyurl.com/49b2kx2>) so... I don't think there should
be a problem with copyright infringement. Besides, select issues of PE
are already available online <http://tinyurl.com/4ubxfk>.
If someone will offer an appropriate site for posting, I can send them
both versions for public consumption.
On 21 Jan 2011 at 7:33, Tom Fine wrote:
> See ebay auction #190488700563 to obtain a copy [of Pop. Elect.,
> April 1982] (I'm not in any way connected to this auction, just
> did a quick search and found it). Would be great if this article
> was scanned and put online somewhere. Highly doubt whomever owns
> the rights now would come after you for this ancient niche-interest
> piece of information.
> -- Tom Fine