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K9 is the twentieth title to join our service. This monthly magazine appeals successfully and simultaneously to the British love of dogs and of puns.
If you need to know more about dogs with royal pedigree, the sample issue has a fascinating survey.
I now know something more about King Canute, that he had a concern for the rights of small animals, than the single fact (fable?) taught to every British schoolchild about him sitting on his throne in … Keep Reading
One of the most popular magazines in our service is The Ecologist.
There are several reasons for its popularity: the publishers have been active to promote the service both from their web pages and in print; the free trial issue includes a very popular article on breast feeding — this brings lots of traffic: the price is attractive (20% off the list price); there is a large international audience, etc. But clearly an important factor running for this magazine … Keep Reading
The magazine industry has its fair share of eccentrics and larger-than-life characters. Mr Dennis is one of the largest and liveliest. One would not want to bet against him (though he admits in the interview to some hilarious and disastrous mistakes). One of his claims caught our eye:
“This is going to be a huge thing for us, the most money we’ve ever spent on a website,” he (Felix) says. … Keep Reading
Thelondonpaper has now gone live through our platform to provide online access to the current issue of London’s latest daily paper.
We look forward to finding out more about the usefulness of providing access to a free newspaper; now available on the web as well as in the tube and handed out on the street.
The newspaper can be browsed, read and searched if you click on the link here
Each day the new issue will be posted as the … Keep Reading