Like chocolate bars and Arctic ice caps, printed periodicals have shrunk over the last decade. The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, The New York Times and dozens more have reduced their physical dimensions to maintain fiscal fitness.
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My good friend Marilyn sent this article to me. If only I could write a post just about people who you meet and make the world feel smaller, it would probably include a lot of our conversations…but this is about the Megazine. The periodical that is measured in stride with TVs, instead of mobile devices. The Megazine is a big magazine with big subjects in mind. It is as much a piece of art as the photographs it holds. Both current issues are on exhibit in Japan, complete with human page-turners wearing shirts extolling the virtues: “bigger” and “better.”