1, Higher Production Quality
Starting from issue 3 (see below) Clubbed is being printed directly from EPS files for sharper text and graphics inside the magazine and a semi-gloss finish on the cover. The cover is now printed on 200gsm card to give the whole magazine a more substantial feel.
2, More Pages and Increased Content
With an increasing subscriber base we can now afford to increase the page count of the magazine, issue 3 will have a total of 40 pages (including covers) up from 36 in previous issues. Due to the new higher quality printing we have been able to reduce the size of images and slightly reduce the type size while maintaining clarity to increase the amount of text per page. With the extra pages and smaller print we estimate the total content of issue 3 is about 25% greater than issue 2.
3, Credit Card Payment Option
You can now pay for your Clubbed subscription using a VISA or Mastercard credit card. We hope this payment option will make it much easier for Amigans outside the UK to subscribe. This service is provided for Clubbed by FORE-MATT Home Computing.
Even with these improvements the subscription price remains the same, starting at just 10UKP for a 4 issue UK subscription.
Clubbed Issue 3 Imminent
Clubbed Issue 3 with improved print quality and more content will be available in June, some highlights of this issue include:
How to get your Amiga on the 'net feature complemented by reviews of popular Internet packages such as: Netconnect 2 Miami IBrowse Thor YAM
Turbo Print 7
Epson Stylus Photo 700
Candy Factory Pro tutorial
As well as all the latest news and an exclusive interview with a well known Amiga personality
Clubbed is a non-profit making Amiga magazine from SEAL. It is published quarterly and sent to SEAL members and subscribers across the world. The magazine is A4 format with colour printed covers and mono inside pages. Clubbed is entirely produced on Amiga systems using several packages including PageStream 3, Draw Studio, ImageFX and Photogenics. Every piece in the magazine is written by a dedicated Amiga user.
Visit the Clubbed website at http://seal.amiga.tm for further details, including world wide subscription pricing and example articles from previous issues.
SEAL (South Essex Amiga Link) is an Amiga user group in the South of England, based around the Basildon area we have about 30 enthusiastic members and meet twice a month at a local community centre. In the year that SEAL has been formed we have made a name for ourselves on the UK Amiga scene with our magazine, lively website and recently involvement with the 1999 WoA show.
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