Re: MAGNAchrom hybrid issue
Thanks, Katharine. I haven't yet had a chance to do so, but I look forward to reading all the articles in this issue as well. I'm especially intrigued, too, by Guy Glorieux's room-size pinhole work.
As far as downloading, I have a DSL connection, so I didn't have any problem. I also saw the comments yesterday about the small print (and need for magnification). I must have a different screen or something; just looking over it briefly yesterday, I didn't seem to have an issue with that at all-- the type seems to be sharp, clear, and big enough for my eyes (and I'm getting older by the minute, it seems, and have terrible eyesight). So I wonder what the difference is?
Anyway, thanks for your comments yesterday, too, Chris and Judy. I'll have to add that I think Michael, the editor, does a great job with Magnachrom-- layout and all. He really was a pleasure to work with, and I'm impressed with what he's able to do. The last time I worked with an editor so capable, smart, honest -- and pleasant(!) -- was with Judy and her PF Journal. :) A labor of love for each, I'm sure.
On Sep 20, 2007, at 1:16 PM, Katharine Thayer wrote:
On Sep 19, 2007, at 6:57 PM, ryberg wrote:Folks,I have to agree with Charles that it's a real chore for the dial-up modem; I did finish the subscription proces this morning but it took exactly an hour, from 6:56 to 7:56, to download the issue.