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Old 6th February 2008, 03:24 AM   #1671
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There's something about holding a printed magazine in my hands that can't be duplicated using the Internet. Even though sites such as diyAudio now provide me with more information than AudioXpress, I plan to keep my subscription as long as I can. Part of it as well, as with Nelson, is that my relationship with the magazine goes back a long ways; it has always inspired me to keep active in my hobby. I'm always excited when it arrives in my mailbox, and now I'm really looking forward to the F5 issue. Even if it arrives online first.
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Old 6th February 2008, 05:10 AM   #1672
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............ Now I have a pile of magazines taking up space and collecting dust.

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Just so you don't think I'm a total Scrooge, I own:................

you say that already , and I didn't think that , anyway ..........

but you can't convince me that you aren't Woodie

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Old 6th February 2008, 06:25 AM   #1673
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There's something about holding a printed magazine in my hands that can't be duplicated using the Internet. Even though sites such as diyAudio now provide me with more information than AudioXpress, I plan to keep my subscription as long as I can. Part of it as well, as with Nelson, is that my relationship with the magazine goes back a long ways; it has always inspired me to keep active in my hobby. I'm always excited when it arrives in my mailbox, and now I'm really looking forward to the F5 issue. Even if it arrives online first.
There's the rub--your relationship goes back a long ways. As far back as I can remember, I've generally purchased books--how to DIY--that kind of thing. Today, I'm in the mood for a newer type of relationship: monthly PDFs...

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you say that already , and I didn't think that , anyway ..........

but you can't convince me that you aren't Woodie

Woodie as in thick skulled, or as in Biggess-Dickess (from Monty Python fame, of course).
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Old 6th February 2008, 08:15 AM   #1674
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Woodles,

my dust collection stacks >+1K, but nearly each time i wish to find something i know where and what page, apart from signatured papers by famous audio few.
Doesn't seem to work with PDfs for me, i loose track no matter whether they're on hard or compact disc.
Reading a paper print-out tops scrolling every time, but xerox still does not have the touch and smell of real paper.

From the Water Warrior : It's paper. Have you ever seen paper ?
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From the Water Warrior : It's paper. Have you ever seen paper ?
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it's easy for ya ;
ya have skin between fingers

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Old 6th February 2008, 02:26 PM   #1677
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Old 6th February 2008, 03:09 PM   #1678
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Woodles,

my dust collection stacks >+1K, but nearly each time i wish to find something i know where and what page, apart from signatured papers by famous audio few.
Doesn't seem to work with PDfs for me, i loose track no matter whether they're on hard or compact disc.
Reading a paper print-out tops scrolling every time, but xerox still does not have the touch and smell of real paper.

From the Water Warrior : It's paper. Have you ever seen paper ?
(for famous French transatlantic race boaty lovers : here )

Sounds like you, too, have an excellent collection--I'm almost envious. If I need to take a tutorial to my workbench, I print it. If someone has an excellent web page, I copy it and paste it to Word. That way, if it ever drops off the map, I have the original.

I guess I treat my desktop much the same way you do your mags. I have dozens of folders from the members of this forum, each loaded with ideas, comments, etc. Sourcing information is quite easy...

Well, I just received a response: seems that AudioXpress has considered the PDF option, but hasn't opened the door yet.... Someday.
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Old 6th February 2008, 08:43 PM   #1679
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Pass Labs and my email account are still down after 48 hours,
apparently having been hacked. Network Solutions (big company,
long todo list) only promises 72 hour response, so it will probably
be another day yet.

In the meantime, I've discovered how it is that I used to get so much done.
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Old 6th February 2008, 08:52 PM   #1680
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Actually buying a copy might encourage them to stay in business....and to solicit articles from the likes of Nelson...

It is available at the really comprehensive magazine stores..

I can get it at Barnes & Nobel ...
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