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Culture, The Exhibitionist The Center for Sex & Culture's Spring Smut Sale: Own a Part of Our Sexual History

The Center for Sex & Culture's Spring Smut Sale: Own a Part of Our Sexual History

Are you afraid that people are judging your paltry, boring home library? You know those barren shelves need more of everything: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, magazines, and periodicals. But where can you find replenishments, volumes that might be rare and maybe…
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Music, All Shook Down <i>SPIN</i> Is Big Again: Five Things We Like About the New Magazine

SPIN Is Big Again: Five Things We Like About the New Magazine

In an effort to stay alive in an age where print mags, especially music-focused ones, are suffering, the venerable rag SPIN recently conducted a near-total redesign. Along with the company's new website -- which has been reconceived with a focus on…
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News, The Snitch Magazine Publishers Compare the Internet to 'Instant Coffee'

Magazine Publishers Compare the Internet to 'Instant Coffee'

Imagine that you are the head of a American magazine publishing company. You publish  Vogue, or Sports Illustrated, or National Geographic. Your ad revenue has plummeted. You  have recently shuttered several magazines. The Web sites of your publications are clunky…
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News, The Snitch <em>Wired</em> Editor-in-Chief: 'When Is My Industry Going to Stop Lying?'

Wired Editor-in-Chief: 'When Is My Industry Going to Stop Lying?'

There are few things as annoying as magazine "blow-in" subscription cards and junk mail subscription offers. Surprisingly, Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson thinks so too, and in a recent blog post entitled "When Is My Industry Going to Stop Lying?"…
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