QUESTIONS FROM OUR READERS
Wait and See
I was dismayed yesterday when I called the circulation department of your magazine to find out why I had not received my July issue. I was informed that Gazette magazine was being combined with the parent magazine. The primary reason I subscribed to Gazette was that I wanted a magazine dedicated to the Commodore 8-bit computers and this was the best one on the market. Now I fear that if Commodore machines will have to compete for magazine space with other computers, there will be fewer articles and programs for mine. I have a 128. I will wait and see, but if it is not the quality I have enjoyed and grown accustomed to, I will sadly not renew my subscription.
COPPERAS COVE, TX
As a Gazette reader and subscriber since December 1984 (still have 'em all), it should make little difference as to your choices in format, paper, binding, and so on. Gazette is Gazette is Gazette. Whatever it takes to move ahead into the nineties is OK. Content, not format is what is important to me.
M. R. PLECHATY