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New Paleo magazine coming soon

Paleo Magazine Mock CoverJust a quick note this morning - came across a new magazine for Paleo people like ourselves, and it's properly named Paleo Magazine. Looks like a print version of some of the stuff we have online, but should also provide lots of ads for Paleo service providers (hopefully!).

They're saying that the first issue will ship in the week of May 16th on their Facebook page. So there's still time to get in and get the first issue.

The next step in Paleo world domination, I like it.

They're also on Twitter. Looking forward to this in a BIG way!

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  1. Chris - Daily CadenceMay 9, 2011 at 1:07 PM

    Sweet. Thanks for the info.

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  2. You're welcome, Chris. I am pretty excited about this - as much fun as it is to go to all the blogs and online resources, there's a certain "cred" in having a print magazine about the movement, I think. And the lineup of authors is pretty good, too. Should be a quality magazine!

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  3. Chris - Daily CadenceMay 10, 2011 at 10:31 AM

    I like the good old print magazine, but I am really starting to like the digital subscriptions for things like the iPad. Maybe they will offer both in the future.

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  4. Thanks for helping to spread the word! Our first issue has started shipping and right now we're working on setting up distribution (to retail stores throughout the US) and finalizing events we'll be attending this summer in OR, WA, ID, CA & UT. We appreciate the support and welcome any/all comments anyone has!

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