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    early 911s reg mag as a online app.

    In the on going changes to media around the world whats the chance of getting the mag each time as a emailed online app. for apple ipad or android systems?
    no postage , no printing , save a few tree's
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    Hey John, I asked about this a few months ago and simply suggested (if possible) that I'd like to download a PDF of ESSES and that I no longer need nor want the mailed hard copy. I was told NO... Not an option...

    Surprising as the hard copy is printed then sorted then packaged and mailed etc etc etc. A PDF is just sooooo much simpler and far more cost effective not to mention better for the environment. In fact we've changed most things in our household for the betterment of the environment. Why can't the Early S Reg?

    I receive 2 of the top Porsche Mags solely via my iPad and canceled my subscription to Excellence as it is paper only... Do I miss excellence? Yes... but I'm willing to wait until they get there act together. Let's hope the Early S Reg can also.
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    As much as I am a fan and advocate of electronic media I must say I enjoy the publication in its current 'period correct' format.
    Dirk Janek
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    I'm not asking to change the 'period correct' format just the method of delivery. I think if I want my copy via PDF and still pay the same as everyone else what's the difference.
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    I love a good copy of a porsche mag in my hand to read like many , but times are a changing and the realilty is that most mag's and news papers will be readable app's on ipads etc.. in the next 5 years . already now i believe excellence mag , gt purely porsche and total 911 are looking at doing it , i read so much stuff that i just can't keep them in the house no room. plus nice if i could get it straight away rather than snail mail
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