The current issue of Esquire vividly illustrates the big problem with print magazines in our brave new world. I’m sure that when the 79 THINGS WE CAN ALL AGREE ON issue went to print, “Mark Wahlberg is the man” and “Who doesn’t love Woody Harrelson?” were reasonable statements one could make. Now, however, in the wake of both of these brosephs having serious PR problems in January, Esquire looks short-sighted and behind the information curve. Not as much as Playboy, though, who are breaking the story about up-and-coming new artist Lana Del Rey in NEXT MONTH’S issue (for real.)

The current issue of Esquire vividly illustrates the big problem with print magazines in our brave new world. I’m sure that when the 79 THINGS WE CAN ALL AGREE ON issue went to print, “Mark Wahlberg is the man” and “Who doesn’t love Woody Harrelson?” were reasonable statements one could make. Now, however, in the wake of both of these brosephs having serious PR problems in January, Esquire looks short-sighted and behind the information curve. Not as much as Playboy, though, who are breaking the story about up-and-coming new artist Lana Del Rey in NEXT MONTH’S issue (for real.)



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