AlanStrangis wrote:Okay, that's pretty cool!
I would have done this sooner, but I couldn’t figure out how to export an issue as a pdf. I had to take the software to a friend of mine who is a graphic designer, he knows a lot about Adobe Acrobat and he helped me. Anyway, hopefully Bondi and Rolling Stone will consider this free advertising. The software is really cool and in my opinion it is worth purchasing the whole thing, especially if your household has four or more people in it.
I am looking forward to printing off some covers and hanging them in a pattern on my wall.
Apparently Hugh has a bit more savvy than Jann, as Playboy is releasing their issues by decade. (see that Hugh? I called you savvy!)
So far, only the ‘50s are available. Again, in terms of context, I am looking forward to reading the October 1977 issue of Playboy right alongside the October ’77 issues of Rolling Stone. It will be interesting to see how the advertisements compare/contrast.
I am looking forward to printing off some centerfolds and hanging them in a pattern on my (other) wall.
I like to stand in a crowd
and watch the people wonder damn
But think about it
then youll understand
Im just an addict
addicted to music
Maybe its a habit
eye gotta use it…
np: “I Ain’t No Joke” – Eric B & Rakim