As I mentioned on the Facebook page, it's not as content-heavy as previous issues. This was due to a wave of exciting illnesses through various households slowing down the process of editing and uploading material. However, the key features did make it up, and we'll be posting more stories over the course of the rest of the week.
Depending on how readers respond, we might even switch to this format, posting top stories every second week and adding more stories for a few days after.
These are the headlines:
In "Women We Love," we feature actress, writer, and television sci-fi icon Sarah Deakins.
In fashion, Aaron Marino gives us the skinny on dressing men of various sizes to look their best.
We share top tips for producing stellar painting results, as well as a fantastic basic (and very easy) three-step recipe for making great paella.
And sex and dating expert Sam Adrian uses a hilarious comic from xkcd to demonstrate what exactly is wrong with "negging" -- the classic PUA move involving playing on a woman's self-esteem.
We'll keep you posted on more updates as they come out, or follow the magazine on Twitter for timely updates.
One other little change to the site: we've basically killed comments. I've been spending WAY too much time deleting ridiculous spam comments (as attested by THIS post). Comments are still available for readers, but you have to be registered in order to comment. Hopefully this stops the robots from posting such gems of engaging commentary as:
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Yeah...no more of that. So readers, come on over and comment all you like. But please register to get in on the conversation. And in the meantime, head on over and check out our headline stories.