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MINIATURE I.C. ENGINE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION IN THE HOME SHOP
Because of the increase back issue printing costs, prices for all back issues have had to be raised, effective 1 September 2008 to US $8.00 per issue
"NOTE: ALL BACK ISSUES ARE FAITHFULLY REPRODUCED WITH COLOR COVERS FROM ISSUE 13 THRU 84."
Welcome to Strictly I.C. Magazine. Before placing your order, you might like to look at the two information segments of our WebPages, which you will find in one of the two boxes below. They are:
1. "Special Interest Articles" which give a smattering of the topics and valuable information we have printed over the past 14 years pertaining strictly to MICE building (miniature internal combustion engine) ; and,
2. The listing of the 36 MICE construction articles we printed over the same period.
In the adjoining box to those listings you will find our "Convenient Back Issue Order Form." After clicking on this and bringing it to the fore, we explain the method you can use to order any or all back issues of our magazine:
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail us at: email@example.com
or postal mail your order or questions to:
Strictly IC Publishing
24920 43rd Ave. South
Kent, WA 98032-4160 USA
A magazine for the MINIATURE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE enthusiast.
Strictly I. C. magazine was published for 14 years starting with FEB/MAR 1988 (Vol.1, No. 1) and continued through, and included the Dec., 2001/ January, 2002 issue (Vol. 14, No. 84). Because we stopped publishing the magazine with Issue No. 84, we no longer accept subscriptions.We do offer for sale all 84 back issues.
The magazine was (and existing back issues still are) the focal point for the world-wide unofficial Fraternity of MICE Builders ... having had subscribers in 32 different countries. We had always considered each and every one of our subscribers as unofficial members of that Fraternity. Publishing was discontinued due to aging of staff members of the firm. Issues of Strictly I.C. magazine are valuable and will never be thrown away. Information contained in all our articles is just as valuable to MICE builders today as it was when we first printed the article.
We have always made all back issues available to anyone who came aboard late. Realizing the importance of vast amounts of information contained in our 84 issues to new and existing Fraternity members, now and in the future, we will continue offering all back issues through continued reprints using the original galleys. However, when the time comes we discontinue our Web pages, we will also discontinue back issue offerings.
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By law, the Copyright Act, Title 17, US code, as amended in 1976, this publication is copyrighted by Robert A. Washburn. All rights are therefore reserved. The contents of this publication may NOT be reproduced in whole or in part without his written consent. Each issue is duly registered in the Library of Congress. Copyrighted Robert A. Washburn 1988 - 2001.
Being that each and every issue of Strictly I.C. magazine, at the time of issuance, was duly recorded at the Library of Congress of the United States of America, there will be no dispute in a court of law as to the copyright ownership of Strictly I.C. magazine. Mere possession of a book, manuscript, magazine..., does not give the possessor the copyright. Reprints or any other form of reproduction of the magazine in part or in whole will still NOT be legal without written permission of the copyright holder. Write us at: Strictlyic@earthlink.net, or, 24920 43rd Avenue South, Kent WA 98032-4160 USA.
Further, a work that is created (fixed in tangible form for the first time) on or after January 1, 1978, is automatically protected from the moment of its creation, and is ordinarily given a term enduring for the author's life, plus an additional 50 years after the authors death.
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