Today’s Machining World Goes Strictly Online

As some of you may have heard, Today’s Machining World will be releasing its last printed issue in June 2011. But have no fear, the magazine will continue producing new stories at its Web site: www.todaysmachiningworld.com. If you have friends who love the print magazine but don’t read our content online, suggest to them that they sign up for our weekly email blasts by going to the TMW home page and clicking the “Join Email List” tab.

You can also sign a friend up yourself at the following link, or by responding to this email.

We thank our readers for your support, loyalty, and insights, and look forward to taking this next step with you into our growing digital world.

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4 thoughts on “Today’s Machining World Goes Strictly Online

  1. AvatarGus Madison

    Thank you Lloyd for all the past printed issues of your fine magazine! It saddens me to see it end but I do understand. I can remember being dragged ‘kicking and screaming’ onto the world wide web back in the ’90s and look where we are now. While I don’t like taking this next step with you into the digital age, I suppose we must. But let me tell you this. I savored the day your magazine would arrive and I could take it to bed that night for an evening read, cover to cover. I’ll miss those evenings. Thanks again Lloyd and you truly did/do a great job! It was all very first class and I thought that represented you and your company well.
    Gus

     
  2. AvatarLarry Clayman

    Lloyd,
    As I completely understand the financial decision to stop the presses, I am very sorry to see your fine publication go online only. Yes, the same product can be viewed online but to our generation, there is still nothing like leafing through the publication over a fine Cab. You and your magazine have inspired me in too many ways to mention. I will continue to follow you online and hope that your Bulls will take it to the evil Heat. Is it a coincidence that LeBron left the Cavs right after my book review? I think not.
    Larry Clayman

     
  3. AvatarPeter Bagwell

    I have to say I’m really going to miss the printed page; however, I’ve already begun to read the articles online more and more often. A few times at home, and more than a few while on the road, I really do enjoy Lloyd’s commentary and wisdom beyond my years. The TMW community feeds on the honesty here, and the dissent is often just as good as the argument. I look forward to being your #1 online fan.

     

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