Monday, August 13, 2012
Weekend reading

“Traditional magazine brands are too often missing the key point of the internet’s allure for their readers: immediacy.” Bonnie Fuller on why print mags aren’t attracting millennial women online, from Ad Age Media News.

“Editors don’t do rewrites for the heck of it” and six other myth-busters for freelancers, courtesy of Word Count’s Michelle Rafter.

Thinking of adding Pinterest to your magazine’s social media mix? Good timing – as of this week, the site is ditching invitations and wait lists, reports Folio.

Oooohh, The New Yorker has a new iPhone app.

Do you abide by the Typographic Oath? “Do no harm” and six other commandments for copy editors, brought to you by

Eye candy for magazine junkies: Mr. Magazine’s Launch Monitor.

- Jaclyn Law
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Jaclyn Law

Jaclyn Law is a writer and an editor with more than 17 years’ experience. Formerly copy chief at Chatelaine and managing editor at Abilities, she has freelanced full-time since 2006. Her clients include magazines, websites, non-profits and corporations. Jaclyn is president of the Toronto Chapter of the Professional Writers Association of Canada and a member of the Editors’ Association of Canada.
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