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    I'm pretty good with Quark, but don't have a computer with it on...

    Seriously, it's better than a computer game, once you get past the horrors of the baseline grid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    Add a subtiltle to that Mike Chat interview: "DerAuslander says he's full of ****."
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    And I had to add _hil _lmore. I know it's to easy but... I just couldn't help myself.

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    Phil Elmore - 'How I Conquered Anorexia And Integrity'.

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    And you know folks, it doesn't even have to be a paper magazine per say, but a virtual online mag folks would pay a subscriber fee to log on to. You could even give it as an incentive or a bonus to supporting members. It could have exclusive video feeds of Phrost and the staff, indepth articles, NHB demonstrations by Asia, Omega, martial arts techniques in pictorial or mpg format,and if Phrost got really serious, he could have his own people travel to NHB tournaments to take pictures and video footage to compete with Sherdog.

    Think big and outside of the box.
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    Readers still love the tactile buzz they get when reading a print magazine, so I think a paper mag would be best. It's just that right now the print sector has run out of ideas and all the talent is going to new media. The punters have then noticed that print isn't worth the money nowadays, as the product isn't as good as it used to be, and have stopped buying. Yet it is a perfect ground to be exploited, and rejuvenated, by a good idea, as there's no competition at the moment and print media is crying out for a lifeline.

    It could even be like Loaded (back when it was worth reading, between 1994-98) for Martial Arts. Aikido pornalikes, anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
    And you know folks, it doesn't even have to be a paper magazine per say, but a virtual online mag folks would pay a subscriber fee to log on to. You could even give it as an incentive or a bonus to supporting members. It could have exclusive video feeds of Phrost and the staff, indepth articles, NHB demonstrations by Asia, Omega, martial arts techniques in pictorial or mpg format,and if Phrost got really serious, he could have his own people travel to NHB tournaments to take pictures and video footage to compete with Sherdog.

    Think big and outside of the box.
    My personal favorite thread is Omega's "why your MA sucks". A monthly section devoted to that subject would be great.

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    Phil Elmore - 'How I Conquered Anorexia And Integrity'.
    I like it. I like it a lot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
    And you know folks, it doesn't even have to be a paper magazine per say, but a virtual online mag folks would pay a subscriber fee to log on to. You could even give it as an incentive or a bonus to supporting members. It could have exclusive video feeds of Phrost and the staff, indepth articles, NHB demonstrations by Asia, Omega, martial arts techniques in pictorial or mpg format,and if Phrost got really serious, he could have his own people travel to NHB tournaments to take pictures and video footage to compete with Sherdog.

    Think big and outside of the box.
    Now that's some serious cunning, if all the aboveideas were incorporated. The fee wouldn't have to be big either- in fact the smaller it was the more subscribers you would get. 2 a month? That's nothing to a lot of people. A lot of people that would see they would get great content no bs and cool video and endless mockery of -ng-un... for next to nothing.

    Can any say large amonts of money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truculent Sheep
    Readers still love the tactile buzz they get when reading a print magazine, so I think a paper mag would be best. It's just that right now the print sector has run out of ideas and all the talent is going to new media. The punters have then noticed that print isn't worth the money nowadays, as the product isn't as good as it used to be, and have stopped buying. Yet it is a perfect ground to be exploited, and rejuvenated, by a good idea, as there's no competition at the moment and print media is crying out for a lifeline.

    It could even be like Loaded (back when it was worth reading, between 1994-98) for Martial Arts. Aikido pornalikes, anyone?
    The only problem with monthly mags (depending on the topics) is the news goes out of date rather quickly, unless it's a weekly mag like Time or Newsweek. This is the advantage of a online mag.
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