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/PRNewswire/ -- Jerrick Media Holdings, Inc., (OTCQB: JMDA) (the "Company" or "Jerrick"), announced today the launch of The Omni Archive; sponsored by the Museum of Science Fiction (MOSF), the initiative features every issue of the seminal science fiction publication Omni.Spanning from 1978 to 1995, Omni Magazine was an award-winning science fiction magazine, published in over six languages in the US and the UK with a circulation of 850,000 at its peak. Through The Omni Archive, all 200 issues of the published magazines are available for viewing and purchase on Amazon.'s October 1984 issue, a special anniversary edition which appears at the top of the magazine's Wikipedia page today, promised predictions of "Love, Work & Play in the 21st Century" from the likes of beloved sci-fi writer Ray Bradbury, social psychologist Stanley Milgram, physicist Gerard O'Neill, trend-watcher John Naisbitt — and, of course, Ronald Reagan.
Further, we cannot assess the impact of each such factor on our results of operations or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements.A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the nonprofit organization Museum of Science Fiction (MOSF), the world's first comprehensive science fiction museum in said, "Jerrick is solving for a problem in the digital space.There has been limited success creating an environment for vintage magazines to reassert themselves with relevance in today's market.It first established its online presence on Compuserve in 1986; seven years later, it opened up its archives, along with forums and new content, on America Online, a first for any major magazine.Now Amazon users can purchase Magazine Online, an easy way to get a hit of the past's idea of the future — and one presenting, in the words of 1990s editor-in-chief Keith Farrell, "a fascination with science and speculation, literature and art, philosophy and quirkiness, serious speculation and gonzo speculation, the health of the planet and its cultures, our relationship to the universe and its (possible) cultures, and a sense that whatever else, tomorrow would be different from today." via The Verge Related Content: The Digital Archive Lets You Explore Every Science and Technology-Filled Edition Since 1872 Download Issues of “Weird Tales” (1923-1954): The Pioneering Pulp Horror Magazine Features Original Stories by Lovecraft, Bradbury & Many More : Browse a Complete Online Archive of the Irreverent Magazine That Chronicled the 1970s Rock & Punk Scene A Complete Digitization of the 1960s Magazine Avant Garde: From John Lennon’s Erotic Lithographs to Marilyn Monroe’s Last Photos A Complete Digitization of Based in Seoul, Colin Marshall writes and broadcasts on cities and culture.
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