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January 31, 2012, 05:57:03 PM
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You definitely have your hands full with this magazine project of yours. You get it Wright, and I'll lick your Gyung Dans--in public!

Wow. 내 불알이 경단이래~ ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 변태다.

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February 01, 2012, 02:23:17 AM
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You definitely have your hands full with this magazine project of yours. You get it Wright, and I'll lick your Gyung Dans--in public!

Wow. 내 불알이 경단이래~ ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 변태다.

Bump, in case somebody in not aware that Bitcoin Magazine is almost ready to be published. FYI, Matthew and I are byuntaes (South Korean for friends).

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February 01, 2012, 03:01:47 AM
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Just thought I'd give a little input on the STFU "issue"...

My parents are a couple of the most conservative people you'll ever meet.  They don't drink or smoke.  I've never heard a swear word come out of their mouths (not even so much as a "damn".  Etc, etc.

Then one day, I'm over at their house, watching an Oregon Ducks football game with them, and my mom shows off her new UO t-shirt, which has the acronym STFU on it.  I was rather shocked.  Of course, the acronym was created on purpose because of it's normal meaning, and stands for "Smoke & Tobacco Free University", which is a campaign that is currently running among people at the campus.  My mother knows full well what STFU means, but was still willing (and proud) to wear the t-shirt.

Granted, football fans is a different crowd than Bitcoin, but if a public university is going to put the acronym on a shirt for their fans (with a wide variety of financial statuses and ages, as well as an older crowd of athletic dept. donors who have gobs of money), I'd say it's not going to damage Bitcoin's image any either.

Also, a link for more info on the STFU t-shirt campaign.  http://apassagetopondi.wordpress.com/2011/10/12/stfu-smokers/
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February 01, 2012, 03:54:36 AM
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From internet TV to magazine publication then onto radio. Matthew's da Man!




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February 13, 2012, 06:38:25 PM
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Source: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/help/cds2.asp?pid=8156

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How to Sell Magazines in Barnes & Noble Stores

The Barnes & Noble Newsstand Division currently works with two national distributors, Ingram Periodicals and Source Interlink.

If you are interested in placing your publication in our stores, you must submit a sample of your publication for review to the following address:

Barnes & Noble Newsstand Division
Attn: Molly Thomas
122 5th Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10011

Direct Distributors

You must also submit your title to the national distributors listed below:

Ingram Periodicals
Attn: Toyka Ridgaway
18 Ingram Blvd.
La Vergne, TN 37086
(615) 213-3611

Source Interlink Fulfillment Division
Attn: Debbie Moore, Product Manager
27500 Riverview Center Blvd., Suite 400
Bonita Springs, FL 34134
(239) 949-4450 ext. 6638

For Weekly and Biweekly publications, send copies to the Source Interlink Fulfillment Division.

If any of the above companies should decide to distribute your publication, they will then present it to the Newsstand buyer at Barnes & Noble, Inc. Although you may sign on with more than one distributor, you must choose one to be the exclusive distributor of your title to Barnes & Noble, Inc.

NOTE: All magazines must be home office approved; store personnel cannot approve your magazine. Any orders placed for your title come from Barnes & Noble's home office through one of the Direct Distributors listed above.

Which service are you using, Matthew? Ingram Periodicals or Source Interlink Fulfillment Division? From what I've been reading, it looks like you'll need a minimum run of 5,000 physical copies before they'll consider accepting a new publication. And that's after they have a physical mock up issue(s) in hand to review the magazine.


When I lived in Nashville, I used to date a woman who was, and maybe still is, a key administrator at Ingram Periodicals.
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