I’ve always been amazed at the staying power of the articles we write and publish. Three separate instances came to light this week. In all three cases, readers inquired about how to find articles that were quite dated. The first request was for an article from 2004, the second from 1998, and the third was from 1984!In the last case, someone had ripped the out the third page of a three-page article and the reader was left hanging, not knowing how to complete a task.

December 3, 2010

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Articles are oldies but goodies, say readers

While at my previous job, when we hit our 20th anniversary, to commemorate, I would re-run one article per month that had appeared in the magazine’s first year of existence. In most cases, those were in most popular articles each month, 20 years later.

This process is obviously a lot easier thanks to everything being on-line. Not only is it easier to find older articles, but we can also tell what’s most popular with the readers, thereby providing the most relevant content.

If you’re looking for an older article, the best place to start is with our search bar. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, shoot me a note and I’ll see what I can do.

Richard Nass

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