We used to subscribe to *US News & World Report* but the 'net has taken
the place of our news source(s). Currently, we subscribe to nothing,
because we've moved four times this year and will move at least twice
more before the year's over. Our *Ensign* and *Comics Buyers' Guide*
were unable to catch up to us. Fortunately, church magazines are
available on the 'net, and I download them to my PDA every month. (This
month, the Palm version of *Ensign* is STILL not available for July's
issue.) IF we had a stable life, we'd subscribe to the magazines which
we ensure we get each month: *Ensign* and *Alter-Ego*. Well, *Amazing
Spider-Man* too, but only while J. Michael Mxyzptlk (the creator of
Babylon 5, whose name I will never learn to spell) is writing it.
"Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you
are doing the impossible."
On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 10:23:51 -0800 "John W. Redelfs"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I subscribe to several magazines, and plan to subscribe to a couple
> more. I was curious about what magazines, if any, the rest of you
> enough to subscribe to.
> My subscriptions:
> 1) Ensign
> 2) Popular Photography
> 3) Petersen's Photographic
> 4) PC Magazine
> I plan to subscribe to:
> 1) National Geographic (to study the photography)
> 2) PC World
> 3) Outdoor Photography
> Because I prefer to read my news and opinion on the Internet, I do
> subscribe to a news magazine. But if I find a good enough source, I
> change my mind on this.
> What magazines do you all subscribe to?
> John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> "There is no place in this work for those who believe only
> in the gospel of doom and gloom. The gospel is good
> news. It is a message of triumph." --Gordon B. Hinckley
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