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June 01, 2008


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Milan Negovan

Last year I subscribed to a number of business publications, such as Inc, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Forbes. Eventually I ditched them all except Inc. To my taste, their content is much more focused, and articles are educational enough. The worst of the above list, in my opinion, was the helter-skelter Forbes.

Just my 2c. ;)

Carolyn Jewel

I really like this idea. I think you're right that it will bring in a lot more paying readers. The question is whether publishers have the guts to try it.

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