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“Life in Folders,” an article for Offscreen Magazine | Eating Elephant ...
The fine people at Offscreen Magazine asked me to write about something – anything – and I landed on the weird junction of computer memory vs. human memory. It’s about photography. It’s about information architecture. It’s about my faulty memory. It’s about organization, its place in our life, and why it matters.

It’s one of the things I’m most proud of, too, this short...

How To Make a Magazine Holder Out Of a Cereal Box

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Jill Jill says:
do magazines who print out there magazines have online magazine samples for advertisers to look at...?
to get their business, as part of the media kit, or do they only mail out magazine samples. would advertisers like an easy online magazine sample to view? if anyone knows anything about this please let me know.
youngboy1606 says:
Our experience with people who request a magazine just need it to fill file space somewhere. We keep all of our articles online so people can reference the information. Most of the people we find...

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