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Paper Zines Still Rule

Tweeks's picture

Found a paper copy of a 2011 LJ.
I really miss it.

I have a subscription.. but have not looked at an issue in months. I will probably drop it if you all are not considering going back to paper.

Tweeks

Re:Paper Zines Still Rule

Marius Lund's picture

I have LJ issues going back to 1994 in paper and I still miss the days when I got it in the mail. I stopped subscribing just because of this. The smell of a fresh Linux Journal copy is a shure thing I miss.

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