Crunchy Eureka Street

Dear editors,

May I tell you that my initial scepticism and regret that my crunchy Eureka Street was to be replaced by the e version has now been overcome. I find I actually like to download it and read it all at once rather than dip in and out. I have even overcome being unable to read it in the bath as I do other magazines. There is an immediacy about the electronic version which really suits the content and makes you able to respond quickly to current events and issues.

So here is one old dodo who is convinced that the change is for the better.

Best wishes

Anna Griffiths



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