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1. Posted: Tue 8th Dec 2009 23:56 GMT
You think that would be a good idea?
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2. Posted: Wed 9th Dec 2009 00:06 GMT
Mags are on their way out. Online media outlets are where its at.
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3. Posted: Wed 9th Dec 2009 00:07 GMT
NintendoLife Magazine? [faints at the thought]
EDIT: I mean: that sounds like a GOOD idea.
Edited on Wed 9th December, 2009 @ 00:13 by StarBoy91
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4. Posted: Fri 18th Dec 2009 16:55 GMT
Sadly, Corbie's right. Many magazines are struggling to stay afloat.
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5. Posted: Tue 22nd Dec 2009 10:51 GMT
Perhaps an e-mag?
6. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 14:43 GMT
How about we have a Reader Reviews/Creative Corner?
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7. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:08 GMT
Magazines are going no where and the print media is in no danger. certain magazines are hurting now, true, but the've got to come up with some new way to compete. that's nothing new, though, it's capitalism. they've just gotten lazy, and have lost innovation, and that's what's killing them.
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8. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:10 GMT
That'd be awesome. Maybe have exclusive reviews and features in the mag that isn't on the site. I'd sub for sure.
9. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:22 GMT
A magazine would be a step backwards, online is a far superior format for Nintendo Life !
10. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:24 GMT
...... and the print media is in no danger. .
Tell that to the dozens of papers and magazines that have gone under in the past few years.
11. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:27 GMT
well, as my whole ost said, there are papers and magazines that have, and more that will, but the medium itself is and will be fine. it just needs to quit being lazy and try something new.
12. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 15:28 GMT
The benefit of the site over a printed publication is time... we live in an age where the moment something happens the world knows seconds later. With a mag, you get that information anywhere from a week to a month later than the internet... with RSS feeds, Twitter, Podcasts, facebook amongst others information can be delivered to individuals faster and easier than ever and at a cost of nothing to us readers.
13. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 16:13 GMT
We're happy we can pay for the site's operation as-is. The costs to launch a new magazine that's likely to fold would be beyond our grasp. Frankly I'd think paid part or full-time staff would be a bigger priority (though we're doing pretty well for a volunteer-run effort, I'm sure all will agree).
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14. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 16:17 GMT
Well there's a fix for that Sean. We can release a hardcore porn magazine and just include some Nintendo Life coverage mixed in there. You hardly ever see a porn mag fold.
15. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 16:24 GMT
@Corbie. Good idea!! Just no Prosody centre spreads please!!!
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16. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 16:25 GMT
I thought the magazine was gonna be clean. EDIT: I am sorry to sound offended, but I'd rather read a magazine with clean content than with unclean content
Edited on Wed 23rd December, 2009 @ 17:30 by StarBoy91
17. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 21:22 GMT
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18. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 21:32 GMT
Sorry about that, Pros. It's just sometimes I take things too seriously.
19. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 21:36 GMT
as we know them yes, but that won't happen in the next 5 years anyway.... tablet pc magazines, that's where the future is
Edited on Wed 23rd December, 2009 @ 21:37 by rustythekid
20. Posted: Wed 23rd Dec 2009 21:38 GMT
I'm not sold on the tablet PCs just yet. I still think laptops are more functional and practical. But who knows...