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Michael Gilligan21/01/2019 12:37:30
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MEW 277 arrived today, and I have just skimmed through it.

The content looks impressive, in both its breadth and depth.

My thanks to Neil, and to the Authors yes

MichaelG.

Neil Wyatt21/01/2019 20:03:23
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Thank you Michael, on behalf of all of us

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Michael Gilligan21/01/2019 22:13:35
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282 views at the time of writing this, and no one has endorsed my comment

... am I the only one to find this issue uncommonly good ?

MichaelG.

Bill Davies 221/01/2019 22:17:46
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Some of us are still waiting for our copy, but I'm sure it will be enjoyable.

Gray21/01/2019 22:22:43
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To be honest Michael, The standard of articles and the magazine as a whole, have improved by an order of magnitude since Neil took on the Editorial role. That said, I didn't find the current issue any better than others of late, there were 2 or 3 articles which interested me specifically, the rest is just background reading, so maybe there is something in the figures you quote.

Jeff Dayman22/01/2019 00:44:18
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I won't likely see it for 6 to 8 weeks yet, here in Canada, but am looking forward to it , reading the above comments!

Agree with Gray's comment above about improvement under Neil's stewardship. Well done Neil.

John Haine22/01/2019 09:48:57
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When will we see the contents here to see if we should buy it please? Link still goes to 276.

mechman4822/01/2019 11:07:50
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Posted by Gray on 21/01/2019 22:22:43:

To be honest Michael, The standard of articles and the magazine as a whole, have improved by an order of magnitude since Neil took on the Editorial role. That said, I didn't find the current issue any better than others of late, there were 2 or 3 articles which interested me specifically, the rest is just background reading, so maybe there is something in the figures you quote.

+1, there are always articles of interest to me every month & can only reiterate well done to Neil. One point … page 64/65 Readers Tips, is between pages 23 - 25... printers error, or is it only in my copy ?

George.

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Michael Gilligan22/01/2019 11:21:33
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Oh well indecision

I single-out the latest issue as being particularly good, and I am made to feel that I was critical of all the others.

... Sometimes you just can't win.

MichaelG.

Neil Wyatt22/01/2019 17:46:03
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Posted by John Haine on 22/01/2019 09:48:57:

When will we see the contents here to see if we should buy it please? Link still goes to 276.

I usually wait until it is in the shops, but I'm a day or two late this month.

It's done now.

Neil

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