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Thread: Men's File -A Modern Magazine Tracing the Roots of Style

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    Ah cool. It's out now. Any cameos or articles from Fedora Loungers this time?
    I have to see if I can get it in Düsseldorf. Otherwise I have to pay postage from the magazine man in the UK.

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    Two Types and i had been working on something for this issue; TT doing the text for a short article on Oxford bags (the original rowing versions), and photos of a pair i made.
    Unfortunately the editor failed to inform us of the deadline until it was too late. not sure what will happen to the article now. if you've followed the Oxford bag thread you know the story already.

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    My goodness The Magazine Man is fast! I ordered my issue on Friday and I already have it in my hands.
    Seems like it's gonna be a good one too!!
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    Well this sucks
    http://www.mensfile.com/
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    That is a bummer! I hope they sort out their distribution issues and get back on track.
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    Absolutely - been looking forward to #9 for months

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    Should just do digital. Many magazines are ending today with the internet a lot of the appeal is lost. Offer a download PDF or An App to subscribe too.

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    tbh, for me PDFs and online content just doesn't cut the mustard. Much better to have a product in my hands. Same goes for kindles etc. The tactile stimulus inherent in reading a printed product is lost, and much of the enjoyment goes with it.
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    Agreed. As a reader, online content and downloadable pdfs do little for me. There is no pleasure of holding and flipping through the pages of a quality magazine compared to a website. I'll always prefer my groaning bookshelves than any amount of gigabyte on a digital product.
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    Agreed.
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