Canadian Magazine Industry News
25 September 2009,     TORONTO
Best of Mag News Around the Web, Sept. 21-25
Welcome to our round-up of the best stories about magazines and publishing found elsewhere on the Internet. This edition brings news on changes at the former Toronto Life building, controversial magazine covers and the latest from Google. Masthead is now on Twitter. Follow us for industry news, events, job postings and more at

The Globe and Mail reports that all signs of Toronto Life’s sponsorship at 10 Dundas East have been removed. Webdesigner Depot showcases a collection of the most controversial covers of all time. Over at Advertising Age, a discussion with Men’s Health brand editor, Matt Bean on what they have learned in their aggressive move into mobile. Marketing magazine talks with Google executive, Nikesh Arora about Canadian businesses lagging participation online. And Google has launched Google Sidewiki, a program where site visitors can leave their thoughts behind on any website for all to see.

Toronto Life's logos are scrubbed from 10 Dundas East [The Globe and Mail]

The Most Controversial Magazine Covers of All Time [webdesigner depot]
What Men's Health Has Learned From 50,000 IPhone App Downloads [Advertising  Age]
Google exec says Canadian businesses need to catch up [Marketing]
Help and learn from others as you browse the web: Google Sidewiki [Google]

— V.M.
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