ISSUE #5 – APRIL 2016

 

Moshe LevisFirst Words

Let me start by saying that we almost couldn’t publish this issue. 

And no, it is not an April’s fools joke.

On March 20th our computers got stolen, along with an iPad Air 2. That iPad saveed us all. Haha. Long story short (very short) we were able to track the iPad and found all of our stolen itmes. The theives are in jail now. Happy ending (for us).

As you will see in this issue, we have improved a few things in the magazine. We’ll keep on perfecting it as much as possible in order to take NOTINDOOR magazine to the top of the world.

We are very happy to tell you about our two very talented new local writers who will get you fresh and interesting articles in the magazine and on our website’s blog (news, gear etc). These writers are: John Fredricks and Erick Monrrigo

A couple of weeks ago, we have sent you an exciting email that we are going to give a try to  printed copies of our magazine. We offered 20-50 free copies, so we simply asked our readers who’s interested and the response was actually overwhelming! We got hundreds of requests from readers around the world. Everybody wants a copy!

That is one of the reasons we are working on a new crowdfunding campaign. A campaign that can defenitely include many of our readers, so stay tuned.

As we keep growing our magazine we are going to put more focus towards helping our planet Earth. We want to do whatever it takes to help our planet heal from what we have all done to it. If you are interested in writing articles that relate to that topic, feel free to let us know. The word must spread, from ear to ear, through billions of people. Hopefully we’ll make a difference.

O’ and guess what. We have winner announcements! Yup! The first contest of NOTINDOOR was a succesful one, with hundreds of beautiful and meaningful images. The panel of judges had to think very hard. 

Congratulations to the winners. You’ll find them in this issue ;)

 

Until the next time,

Moshe Levis and  the NOTINDOOR team

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