How good it is to have a sure purpose underfoot and proceed in that direction! One foot in front of the other.
The one thing we are sure of is the purpose of the magazine. The New Yorker will always be foremost about free expression, about the written word, about reading. Technology, the means of delivering this writing, is a very important, but secondary, matter, and we intend to keep providing the magazine in whatever form seems to work. Editors here are always willing to make improvements in the cause of writing.
“A Note To Our Readers,” The New Yorker, pg 40, Oct 4, 2010
Too often, we prize the medium for the message. And ignore what is within.
- The Editors: The New Yorker débuts on the iPad. (newyorker.com)