/// Why Rolling Stone’s Cover Won’t Be On An iPad Anytime Soon
I don’t think that gives you much advantage as a magazine reader to read it on the tablet — in fact less so. It’s a little more difficult. From the publisher’s point of view I would think they’re crazy to encourage it. Digital unenthusiast Jann Wenner, explaining why he’s not rushing to create special versions of his magazines — US Weekly, Men’s Journal and Rolling Stone — for the iPad or any other tablet. Well worth reading the entire interview in AdAge .
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Why Rolling Stone’s Cover Won’t Be On An iPad Anytime Soon
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