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Wideopen mag
#1
Enjoy!

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#2
I've never found wideopen to be very good. I might have to give it another try.
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#3
Still reading through this issue, pretty good, and much more relevant to me than other online mags. Quite like spokemag too although there isn't a lot of free content. Haven't got as far as buying a copy yet though.
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#4
[quote=&quot;]I've never found wideopen to be very good. I might have to give it another try.[/quote&quot;]

It's 9am, pics posted on another thread, quick replies to other posts, it can only mean one thing.......enjoy your day at work!
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#5
I'm not sure I should click on a link to a mag called "wide open" on my work computer  Undecided
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#6
&quot;redwinnie&quot; Wrote:I'm not sure I should click on a link to a mag called "wide open" on my work computer  Undecided

Its ok its work safe.....lol

I have always liked Wideopen Mag
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#7
LOL, yup, at work ;-)

I see wideopen is free for anyone to contribute. Explains why I might have been put off. Might just have been one bloke that put me off the whole thing. I'll definitely give it another go then.
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