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Last call

13:18 UK time, Tuesday, 2 January 2007

To all friends of the Magazine. As you might have seen over the past couple of weeks, the annual Best of the Magazine download has been available - bigger and better than ever. Thanks to everyone who has downloaded it and read it already, and thanks to those who have given us feedback on it. This is now a last call for any feedback.

You can download the document here
, and you can leave any final bits of feedback in the comments here. In particular we'd like to know what you liked or disliked about it, what you thought of the length, whether you printed it out and if so where (eg home or office), and whether you would be interested in a weekly or monthly "Best of the Magazine".

Thank you for your kind attention. You may now proceed.


  1. At 02:21 PM on 02 Jan 2007, Jack wrote:

    Didn't read any further than the index page I'm afraid. Not that this is a criticism or anything - just that I read the Magazine every day and I'd seen all the articles before. If you do end up doing this more often (and I'd rather you didn't if it's at the expense of new articles) it will need something to offer the regular reader like me. Exclusive content perhaps?

  2. At 03:25 PM on 02 Jan 2007, Brian wrote:

    I really liked it. I had read some of it during the year, but some of it I had missed. I was a bit sceptical but, yes, I did print it at work and take it home and read some of it during the Christmas break. I think there might be a gap for something a bit more permanent than a here-and-gone webpage.

  3. At 05:22 PM on 02 Jan 2007, Stacey wrote:

    It rocks. Could it be a regular thing?

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