Does anyone remember a short-lived Canadian magazine called Maritime Computer Connections?
It was published for about two years (1996 through 1998) and the focus was mainly about local news, businesses, and people rather than the technology, per se. I recall one columnist's attempts to build a system and get online using just old hardware that he could scrounge for cheap or free.
Unfortunately, like most Canadian computer magazines, it has not been digitized. There are a few passing references to this title online, but no scanned content.
I have a full run (including the final thank-you letter to subscribers when the publication ceased), but it is currently in inaccessible storage, and I also lack a decent scanner.