danny1 wrote:Utter bollocks
Trotting out the same old shite year after year
I still give them a scan in wh smith and I buy the odd one when I am flying and almost always think they are rubbish
The only good stuff they do is covering decent trips in the uk and aboard
They are dead and dying
The internet Democratise everything- the consumer decides
bunker wrote:i subscribed to stranger mag years ago then they dissapeared of the face of the earth, never got one copy
What does that have to do with kook?
...Back in the day, advertising managers used to tiptoe into the offices of editors with sweaty palms and pounding hearts to nervously pass on some request for editorial coverage from one of their clients. The outraged editor would swear and curse and bang their fists on the desk, banishing the ad man from the editorial offices and sending them scurrying back to their desk, suitably chastened. These days, it seems, the ad departments run the magazines, and the editorial teams have the almost incidental task of filling a few pages of content in between the advertisements...
The Decorator wrote:Dragging this one up. Posted a comment on Carves facebook book page... well I'll leave it for you to decide whether the response is appropriate.
http://www.facebook.com/carvemag/posts/ ... hare_reply
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