Friday, 31 January 2014

Popular Science Archive

All 140 years of Popular Science available online - for free!


  1. Thanks for posting that. I loved reading my grandfather's Popular Science, Popular Mechanix and Mechanics Illustrated when I was a kid. They had some fantastic things in them.

    1. When we came to Canada in the late 70’s, my dad got subscriptions to Popular Science and Popular Mechanics. Always liked them. Regrettably they were discarded at some point. While some of the stuff in them is likely very dated, some of the projects they featured are still as viable as the day they were published. So the 1930’s visions of flying cars and space cities are useless, but the plans for DIY projects are still full of merit.