Jul 252014
 

These are the voyages issues of the Starship Enterprise magazine Drag ‘n Drop…1

The latest issue of on-off-on-off-under-new-management PDF magazine Drag ‘n Drop hit the virtual shelves a couple of weeks ago, in the form of volume five, issue four – aka issue 5i4 – marking the completion of its fifth volume. Continue reading »

 July 25, 2014  Posted by  Magazines Tagged with: , , , ,
Dec 162012
 

Puts the legendary phoenix to shame

Drag ‘n Drop , the PDF magazine for RISC OS Users, was originally brought out by long time RISC OS fan Paul Stewart in 2009, who went on to publish four issues of the magazine per year/volume at a price of £3.00 per issue, until September 2012, when he made the decision to cease publication – the second time he had made such a decision, having previously done so a year earlier, and was subsequently persuaded to continue. Continue reading »

 December 16, 2012  Posted by  Publications Tagged with: , , , ,
Sep 262012
 

For real this time, apparently – no word of a lie.

Long-time RISC OS fan and editor of Drag ‘n Drop magazine, Paul Stewart has announced the closure of the PDF-based magazine with immediate effect.

Paul launched Drag ‘n Drop in 2009, and published four issues per year/volume, costing £3.00 each. In October 2011, shortly before the London Show, after two years and eight issues, he decided that it was time to cease publication. However, barely a week later, Paul turned up at the show with the first issue of volume three – he had changed his mind, apparently having been encouraged to continue with it by R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley. Continue reading »

 September 26, 2012  Posted by  Magazines Tagged with: , , ,
Sep 092012
 

Drag ‘n Drop, cheap as chips. Well, fish & chips twice at my local chip shop.

The latest volume of Drag ‘n Drop magazine is now available as a bundle for the princely sum of £9.00, a saving of £3.00 over buying the four individual issues.

Launched in 2009, the PDF based magazine nearly came to a close after only two volumes when its editor, Paul Stewart, decided to cease publication not long before the 2011 London Show. However, Paul soon changed his mind, apparently with some encouragement from R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley, and he duly turned up at the show with the first issue of the third volume. Continue reading »

 September 9, 2012  Posted by  Publications Tagged with: , ,