I am still not interested in renewing my subscription to your magazine. Not much has changed since my last letter . You are still trying to offer me a $39 subscription. This time - you've decided to cut off the reason I subscribed to your periodical in the first place. As your records should show, I was a Perl Journal subscriber. As you will stop publishing the supplement which was a mere shell of the Perl Journal, I no longer have a reason to subscribe.
I understand the reason your subscription costs are so high is because you have low circulation and have trouble drawing advertisers. But the stream of low quality, poorly edited, poorly fact-checked articles you continue to present will not help matters.
A former subscriber.
Save a tree. Stop sending me renewal notices.