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Old 12-01-2012, 08:13 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by ballfresno View Post
I wrote to Analog a week or more ago. My letter pretty much echoed your sentiments, including suggesting electronic subscriptions direct from them and a desire to have DRM-free ebooks. In any case, I have yet to receive an answer.

I am particularly annoyed because I cannot find where I can actually buy Analog (and Asimov's) in the UK for my Kobo.

It is sad that after almost 40 years of reading Analog, I may have to stop because I cannot actually get a copy of the magazine.
It appears to be available at nook UK and at Amazon UK

I don't know if the nook version will work on your Kobo. Certainly either can be converted for your kobo is you strip the DRM (with Apprentice Alf's help).
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