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I think you're probably right in that most of those that bought the printed version *really* wanted it—after all, it wasn't cheap!
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And to back that up, the last 50 sold reeeally slow, at a time when I really needed the money! :(
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CraigGrannell wrote:...after all, it wasn't cheap!
Yeah, I remember sitting next to Iain at BITLive in London (june 2002) while Iain tried to sell #107 (the first 100 issues) with this huge cardboard pricetag of 9,50 :shock: :D

Sold quite well though, that night. IIRC
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Iain wrote:And to back that up, the last 50 sold reeeally slow, at a time when I really needed the money! :(
Did you sell them all in the end?
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Eventually, at a rate of about 1 or 2 a week towards the end! I kept a couple for myself of course and I have the mutant 107 issue as well, where the magazine was stapled inside out or upsidedown or back to front or something x-)
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