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The Aquarium Gazette Issue 7

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    David Marshall
    Participant

    The Aquarium Gazette Issue 7


    We go into our second year of production with yet another Issue packed with almost 90 pages of beautifully written and illustrated articles and news:-

    Giant Otter conservation in South America

    Creating a water feature

    Synodontis angelicus (angelica)

    pH and the aquarium system

    Dwarf Corydoras

    A guide to Acanthodoras

    The perils of algae part 1

    First aquarium breeding of Tinfoil barbs

    Common problems with planted aquaria

    Blind cave characins

    Emperor Botia

    The National Lobster Hatchery

    Disc form available in both Word 2000 and PDF formats.

    U.K.
    Payment by cheque (made payable to The Aquarium Gazette) £3.70, inclusive of post and packing,
    Payment by Paypal £3.95, inclusive of post and packing.

    Overseas EEC postal area
    Payment by Paypal £4.70, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Overseas outside of EEC
    Payment by Paypal £5.30, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Direct posting to your e-mail inbox, PDF version only

    Paypal or cheque (U.K.) – £3

    Our Paypal address is
    [email protected]

    If you have thought about obtaining a package of the 2008 Issues (6 magazines, a total of over 60 excellent articles), catching up on Issues missing from your collection or keen to take out a subscription for the 6 Issues to be published in 2009 now is a good time to get in touch.

    e-mail address – [email protected]

    Postal address:-
    The Aquarium Gazette
    16 Potter Hill
    Pickering
    North Yorkshire
    YO18 8AA

    What better way to could there be to ignore those snow blizzards in U.K. or to bask in the sunshine elsewhere, other than by reading The Aquarium Gazette – putting a little light into dark U.K. winter nights.

    Regards David

    #312335

    David Marshall
    Participant

    Hey

    Error in posting.

    The e-mail PDF version can be sent Worldwide for £3.

    The PDF version will also take to e-books.

    Regards David

    #312337

    dunc
    Keymaster

    Hi David, thanks for keeping us updated.

    Can I query you on this?

    QUOTE (David Marshall @ Feb 10 2009, 02:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    The PDF version will also take to e-books.


    I’m not sure what that means.

    Cheers

    #312379

    David Marshall
    Participant

    Hey Dunc

    If a reader purchases the PDF version (the Word version will not transfer) they can then transfer this onto the e-books system. This system stores books and folk with it can then read their favourite book from a small screen.

    Sorry don’t know anything technical about this, or how you purchase such a system, it is just that a couple of readers have this system and love The Aquarium Gazette so much that they transfer the PDF format onto e-books. This allows them to enjoy the articles whilst travelling to and from work, via Public Transport. The readers concerned thought that I should advertise the fact as no other aquarium magazine can offer such a service.

    As we continue to take the project forward we continue exploring new ways to let fishkeepers enjoy what is both an excellent magazine and an excellent read.

    Regards David

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