No. Actually, I'm bordering on apoplectic.
This http://www.wizardworld.com/wizard-digital.html was brought to my attention and it was abhorrent. The blurb on it ran as follows: A new era in digital publishing has begun!!
A new era in digital publishing began nearly 10 years ago with Borderline magazine and there will be a lot of people who worked on Borderline that will find this offensive. Every single issue of the award-winning magazine we produced is currently available to download from http://farkynell2.blogspot.com/ and the first one is dated August 2001.
I don't know if we have any legal recourse, or if we have any grounds to register an official complaint with Gareb Shamus and Wizard, but you can bet your life we're going to look into it and if we do we're going to make sure that credit is given where credit is due - and that will be the barest minimum requirement.
Borderline won awards, was downloaded by over 150,000 people and helped the careers of many people to be discarded out of hand or ignored.