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If you subscribed to the award-winning print edition of Reason, you'd have already received (and doubtless pored over obsessively) our new July issue, which features stories on "The Politics of Sky-High House Prices," "The Curious Cult of Manly Men," "Searching for Alex Kozinski" (a.k.a. the most libertarian federal judge in America), and much, much more.

Not only will this material not be posted at Reason Online (also award-winning, btw!) for a month or so, the print edition is a visual delight to behold, packed with colorful photographs, eye-popping (!?!?) graphics, and thumbnail-sized photos of Reason contributors and staffers.

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  1. Damnit, Nick, what part of “thinly veiled subscription pitch” do you not understand?

  2. Don’t forget to mention the main benefit of subscribing: whenever you read a comment on Hit and Run that you don’t like, you can get all huffy and threaten to cancel your subscription!

    Subscription = power.

    Now do something about that link I sent you, Nick, or else I’ll cancel my subscription.

  3. To send out gift subs galore–$20 for the first one, with each additional sub just $17

    .. tried doing this for my sons-in-law but it kicked me off after the first gift sub .. looks like I’ll have to spend the extra $3 for the second one ..

    .. Hobbit

  4. Was I the only one a bit bemused and depressed by the Kozinski interview? I mean, I didn’t expect him to be a libertarian messiah, but some of the commens he threw out (especially about the War on Terror) seemed a bit too GOP-like.
    I guess was waiting for something along the lines of “The parties are advised to chill,” my favorite jurisprudential advice.

  5. All right already. Bring back Reason Pillow Girl (or better yet, get Alessandra Abrosio to do it) and I’ll renew my friggin’ subscription.

  6. Hmmm, interesting post, Nick. Subtle and diffuse. I seem to be getting some sort of message from it. Something about … maybe … uh, a subscription to something? Wait, wait, wait … hmmm … No, thought I had it.

  7. I love the magazine and all it stands for, and I’ve been a subscriber for the lifetime of a small dog. Maybe a sickly pony.

    So I feel qualified, nay, compelled to take exception to “a visual delight to behold”.

    Printing commentary in yellow ink on a puce background is a disease best left to the likes of Wired.

    Spanning single-column articles like the Neil Young piece (in eggshell-on-purple, no less) over several pages, is a layout faux pas that only a Ritalin-pumped Gen-Y design school dropout could have dreamt up.

    Start an article, finish an article. Jump if you must. But leave the split screens to Bloomberg News. I have no doubt that if printing technology permitted, you’d manage to have a moving crawl underneath every page as well.

    Did I mention that I love the old rag?

  8. Enh. I like the layout. Never found it difficult to know where to jump to…color scheme wouldn’t be my first choice, but it does help with the jumps!

  9. you’d have already received (and doubtless pored over obsessively) our new July issue

    I’m still reading June’s issue (yeah… I read like one page a day – guess where?)

    And I like the layout & colors just fine.

  10. I hate killing trees for a magazine I read a couple times over the course of a week and toss — I don’t care if I have to wait a month to read an interview with some judge, its not like its breaking news — how about an online subscription option for $10 or something?

  11. Thanks to “eye-popping “graphics, I can no longer read either the magazine or the website.

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