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Subscriptions to O’Reilly’s new book-length magazine, Make—which features a regular “Life Hacks” column by Danny and me—are now available via Amazon for $35/year, about 40% off the news stand price. (Fine print: subscriptions via Amazon start with Issue #2. See update, below)

Make features all kinds of cool, techy home projects for nerds, and is receiving great notices.

Update 2005-02-16T22:01

Please note that subscriptions ordered through Amazon will commence with Issue #2 (June, 2005). However, Issue #1 can now be ordered as an individual book exclusively from Amazon until March 16th. Thereafter, Make also will be available at finer book stores and news stands everywhere.

In the mean time, if you want your Make subscription to start with issue #1, you can still subscribe through the nice folks at O’Reilly for the same discounted price.

Many thanks to Sean H. for asking the question about this; I’m so glad we caught this early, and I do apologize for any mixup or inconvenience.

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Good question, Sean, but I...

Good question, Sean, but I don't know the exact answer. Two gut checks:

  1. It's quarterly, so I suspect the fulfillment would start well before a second ish would even be available
  2. Most every magazine I've ever subscribed to, for better worse, sent the previous (or earlier) issue as the first part of the subscription. Usually much to my annoyance, I confess. :)

I'm happy to try and get an answer for you though. Check back here. Thanks.




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