I started to read through some of those mags last night - so interesting that I completely forgot about eating biscuits, peanuts and cheese. Some interesting guitar-related stuff in the hobby mags.
There's an interesting relationship between the web and printed material; the printed stuff has survived for so long and is being perpetuated and disseminated through the web, yet the web itself as a publishing medium is transient. In some cases the only reference to older web-published material is that someone printed it out. I have some camera stuff I printed off about 20 years ago and there's now no trace to be found on the web.
You can find a magazine from (say) 1993, but show me a web site from then. It will be interesting to see if there's any kind of durability of information. My radio magazines from the 1930s are still readable today. Will any of the material published on the web still persist in 87 years? Doesn't really affect me, as I'll be as dead as Harvey Weinstein's career. But interesting to speculate.