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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Why not just go PDF only and save the cost of printing and postage? Is it that most people want that copy in their hands?
    • If I wanted something to read online, I would just go to perl.com, perlmonks, etc. I like having something to carry around and the neat covers wouldn't be the same in a PDF.
      • If I wanted something to read online, I would just go to perl.com, perlmonks, etc. I like having something to carry around and the neat covers wouldn't be the same in a PDF.

        So they "yes", that is what you want. A copy in your hands. : )

      • You can still buy the print subscription. :)
    • I've thanked Brian many of times for bringing back a printed version of a Perl magazine.
      I wasn't to happy when TPJ was PDF only.
  • I'm about to resubscribe (I got the original issues way back when, and didn't know you started up again) and I'm in the US.

    While the 60% offer for online-only sounds nice, I'm curious: do you make more from online-only because you don't pay for printing, or do you make more from the print version because you charge more and get a volume discount?

    I'll happily give you the extra $11/year if it'll go to you, but if you're just going to spend it on printing I'll take the PDFs and print it myself if I need t