Worthwhile spring cleaning

If you’re one of those tech-geeks that saves everything because, “you never know, I might need it someday,” now’s the time to pull out all those musty boxes of magazines from the 60’s, because if you own a pristine copy of Electronics magazine from April 19, 1965, you might be $10,000 richer.
Intel is offering the bounty on eBay because that’s the magazine where company co-founder Gordon Moore originally postulated Moore’s Law, which states that the number of components on integrated circuits would double every year. Intel has photocopies of the article, but not the original magazine, which is now defunct.
If you’re not the first one with the copy, don’t worry — Intel may buy more than one issue, just in case, but only the first person gets the ten grand.

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