Well, well, well, I must admit to it being rather an interesting month here in the office. Froman email saying I look “bored”, in my Editor’s picture (left: Really?), to recording my first set of podcasts, to putting out all sorts of ‘fires’ in the wake of Mick Cookson’s The Undercutters article in September’s magazine.
This is obviously a very important issue for many of you out there – as you will see in the Feedback pages from just some of the emails I had. And it’s a subject I will continue with over the coming months.
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Highlights in this issue, for me, have to be two features in particular. First, Patrice de Villiers’ amazing set of images for her book in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, Love Music Love Food, and, second, my interview with Dr Andy Gotts. Inspiration a-plenty there. We have had a great response to the PPOTY awards, and you will see some of the team’s early favourites on page 28. Middlebrook has penned some pure bull, and Chris Frear lets us in on life as a working pro in rural Scotland – he even covers horses’ cocks (literally!).
Paul Tansey, MD of a company called Intergage, starts a new, six-part series about online marketing for us, while Selina Maitreya tells us to wake up and smell the coffee!
We have an interesting feature on second-hand gear for pros, with a case study from someone who saved quite a few quid taking this route. A competition to win Fluid Mask software and a bunch of neat gadgets are also worth a look. Oh, and I must not forget the cheeky monkey... you will know what I mean if you take a look at page 63. Enjoy the issue.
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