No, the real issue here is that the magazine fails to convey a modicum of excitement about the subject at hand. It's the Bataan Death March of enthusiast publications.Dobrow takes off after a magazine that's beset with typos and fluff but also is boring. Remember the iron rule of publishing: don't bore the readers.-- Larry Dobrow, reviewing Electronic Home magazine
in Media Post's Magazine Rack column
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
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