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Thread: Septembet 2015 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine

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    Septembet 2015 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine

    Part of it is printed/bound one way - and part of it is printed/bound the opposite way. Apparently intentionally.

    I hope this is a one-time experiment for them.

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    A fair number of magazines do that but they don't seem to do it with every issue, just now and again.
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    This month's issue of Taste of Home has the same format. Maybe trying something different??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Part of it is printed/bound one way - and part of it is printed/bound the opposite way. Apparently intentionally.

    I hope this is a one-time experiment for them.
    Are both sections in English?

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    THAT is REALLY strange.
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    I've seen that before, makes me want to stand on my head!!

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    Reminds me of those kids books that you could turn to any page to "make your own adventure".

    Just thinking...how would GH do that with their online edition???? Maybe we have to view the pages from the backside of the screen? LOL I am NOT fond of this type of edition. Stick to the basics and no flipflop of pages.
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    Maybe half of the mag is for backward people? (grin)
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    My thoughts also.
    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Are both sections in English?

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    I've seen several magazines like that too. Both sides are in English. I don't understand the purpose, to be honest. Especially since I like to flip through magazines from back to front!!

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    Both sections are in English.

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    Are you still happy with Good Housekeeping? I am considering renewing but am not sure. Am also considering Better Homes and Gardens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lots2do View Post
    Are you still happy with Good Housekeeping? I am considering renewing but am not sure. Am also considering Better Homes and Gardens.
    I miss the fiction stories that magazines like Good Housekeeping and Redbook used to have. Reader's Digest is "recovering" somewhat and getting closer to what it used to be before it had any advertising in it.

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