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[Preview + Feedback] Digit November 2005 Magazine

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Just Glanced thru the Issue. One thing i found extremely revolting was the Horrible quality of the Images :( Almost all the images,(Illustrations & screenshots ) were grainy and of utmost low-quality.
Ditto about the paper quality.
The Digit Forum Screenshot was so bad that it is almost unrecognizable.
so were the MoBo images in the Test Drive.

When readers pay 125 bucks ,they expect something of a decent quality mag. If its only the CD's and DVD that runs your business then i suggest you scrap the mag & only provide the cd's & dvd's instead.

I always endeavour to read the mag first and then try out the cd but the absolute lack of quality made me checkout the cd first for the first time!!!
This is not what I Expected from Digit. :evil:


i got the digit today noon and saw something that made me think i had problems with my eye. The article "Vanilla is boring" written by raabo and mithun kidambi(great write up) had our very own member mod raven aka kak in action with his pc mod which he had been doing for quite a long. I think i m right to say it was him.

Also my post in the feedback section of forum was also seen with all others in forum section.

THe mag is totaly awesome and the work has been great


Broken In
Just happened to be switched to the game max from the gamers tv on the AXN and was blown over the mod those guys do. I am about to buy a new PC and certainly gonna put the saw to the metal.

@Digit, great issue guys, anyway i am subscribing this month and i have been hooked to the mag after buying the mag for the last four month.

well actually i am kind of going nuts without my pc.
so eager to get the new one and try all the softwares on the dvd and cd on that day.

well it will be kinda heaven

@digit, guyz i am presently doing my masters in computer application and i am very happy to see subjects like dna computing and all other stuff homely and enlightnening


Cyborg Agent
I haven't got my issue yet. It is 9th today. Usually i get around 5 but this time very late. I think bcoz of Diwali and all other festivals.I hope to receive it by tomorrow.


Right off the assembly line
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I am afraid but this is the mail bounce back report when I tried to post the crossword answers to the above mail-id

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Kindly look into the problem...


In the zone
yes da paper quality has indeed decresed tremendsly ....y doesn't digit givs normal pppr instead of bad quality oil pprs???




Right off the assembly line
your dna computing is intersting i hope this will me a next generation biomatrix and intersting example about the the travelling salesman problem

it was very intresting to read .......

well hat off to Adleman Experiment
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