|WikiProject Magazines||(Rated Stub-class)|
_ _ Google tests are not simple: the title is also a neighborhood in Montreal and the surname of two medical researchers interested in the human ciruculatory system.
_ _ Webster apologetically announced in May going from 6 to 4 issues a year for lack of funds. He speaks of the significance of "magazines with irrelevant, unrecorded circulation" and of his own not having "a circulation anywhere close to meaningful in a mass market."
Circulation reports (in 1000s):
- March '02 2.5 (printed) per D
- Winter '03 <10 per MH
- Sept '03 10 (total?) per R
- Sept '04 14 (total?) per R
- Nov '04 14.25 (planned to print) per D
- end of '06 (goal) 20 (paid) per C
- by '11 (goal) 60 per CM
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