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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by eightyeightfan1, Jan 3, 2008.
The Winter 2008 edition of the Gauge -E-mag.......
Gauge Mag Jan 08
Nice work!! I'm gonna write an article for the next one. Maybe I will start working on it tonight
Really nice job, guys! It was well worth the wait - looking forward to the next one! Thanks for all the work.
88, EXCELLENT !!! Got to see the last couple of issues when I joined, and was impressed with the idea of a forum mag, the effort and professional manner in which "The GAUGE" magazine was presented. Thanks for the work of everyone involved in the renewal of a fine tradition. Hope I can get enough of my act together to get my name on something besides a milk carton. Congrats, and thanks ! Bob C.
Great Edition! I liked all the articles and will be trying that soldering soon. Is it possible to make the link in the left hand column on page Zealot.com - The Gauge - Model Trains - The-Gauge.com so that it points to the magazine?
Tell us how you do with the soldering
And THANKS!! I forgot all about that link!! :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb: It's fixed now!!! :mrgreen::mrgreen:
The E-Mag rocks. Thank you to everyone who made it possible.
I am giving serious consideration to writing a product review article or two.
Nice job Ed! I like the editorial!
Just read through the E-Mag (slow work day). Great job to all involved! I big thumbs up! :thumb:
Thanks guys!!! I guess i better make the deadline for submissions
March 1st, 2008...
......but THE EARLIER THE BETTER!!!!!!
I'm starting to outline my next "Tuning up the track" article asap
Thanks for all the comments!!!
Here is the link to the "submit your ideas" post
Great job on the new E-Mag.
My only suggestion, can we get some better quality, higher-res pics on the Modeling articles?
The n-scale telephone pole article looks good, but it's hard to see what's going on in the pictures because they are quite pixelated and small.
You might get better looking pages if you use actual HTML text and individual images (w/thumbnail links) on them rather than making each page a large image file.
Very cool. I love the way the soldering is explained. The product reviews are awesome. I read the whole thing and loved every part of it. Good job guys