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    • Robin ConradsRobin Conrads
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      Hi All,

      I have had a lot of requests to make TBM available on the iPad and iPhone. Our vendor is working on that project, but it is taking longer than I like so I found a way to make it work on the iPad reader, iBook. If you have an iPad and would like to try it, instructions and the download are in our Download Library. This one issue will be open to everyone. Beginning with Feb/Mar 11 it will be available to Premium Members only.

      For those of you who speak the language, it does not work in an ePub format because the text is too small. This is a pretty large file (73MB) so beware if you have slow internet download.

      For those of you who aren’t interested in all this technology stuff, carry on with your hunting season and don’t mind us. ๐Ÿ˜†

    • TradRag
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      SWEET! I’ll try when I return home! That is exiting.

    • tko
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      Please assure me Traditional Bowhunter Magazine isn’t going to become a strictly electronic magazine like some of the big name publications that have recently faltered. I have nothing against “e-zines” but nothing can ever take the place of my beloved “analog” reading materials.

    • Robin ConradsRobin Conrads
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      TKO wrote: Please assure me Traditional Bowhunter Magazine isn’t going to become a strictly electronic magazine like some of the big name publications that have recently faltered. I have nothing against “e-zines” but nothing can ever take the place of my beloved “analog” reading materials.

      Rest assured we have no plans to go digital only. A growing number of our readership want the magazine on electronic readers, but the large majority of them don’t even use or like computers. The digital is in addition to the print version. You are welcome to chose the version that suits you best. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • LimbLover
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      I still buy them both, but a tradbow app would be awesome!

    • Robin ConradsRobin Conrads
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      Hey now, don’t get carried away. I have just enough knowledge to be dangerous and I scared myself just making a pdf version that worked. I think building an app is way out of my league.

      What does your avatar’s shirt say? ๐Ÿ˜€

    • tko
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      TBMADMIN wrote: [quote=TKO]Please assure me Traditional Bowhunter Magazine isn’t going to become a strictly electronic magazine like some of the big name publications that have recently faltered. I have nothing against “e-zines” but nothing can ever take the place of my beloved “analog” reading materials.

      Rest assured we have no plans to go digital only. A growing number of our readership want the magazine on electronic readers, but the large majority of them don’t even use or like computers. The digital is in addition to the print version. You are welcome to chose the version that suits you best. ๐Ÿ˜€

      I hope I didn’t sound “anti digital”. I like the idea of a digital version of the magazine and would probably actually even embrace the e-zine by subscribing. I just really enjoy the nostalgic feeling I get when I pick up an old (Some over 30 years)issue of one of my favorite magazines. I’d like to have a substantial library of actual Traditional Bowhunter magazines to give to my sons in 20 or 30 years. ๐Ÿ˜€

      Thanks,
      Tom

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