We believe all the blood, sweat, tears, upgrades, and vision has been worth it. As you can see, the new website is live, and the initial take is very positive (especially for readers on mobile devices and iPads). We hope you like it. Love it! And if you do we’d like you to join us in our Celebration Offer of a free six-month subscription to the digital edition of National Review magazine.
Now, truth be told, you do see some magazine content on the NR website. But, more truth be told, nearly all our “dead tree” material is exclusive to the magazine and its fortunate subscribers. There’s so much tremendous content that is precluded from appearing, free, on Al Gore’s invention.
The digital edition is, simply, the magazine in digital (convenient, easy-to-read, no-paper, mailman-free, early-delivery) format. And, again, if you don’t get it then there’s no way for you to read the bounty of excellent material contained within its pages — whether they are real pages or ether-based.
Our Celebration Offer comes with no risk, no come on: All you need to do is sign up and enjoy. Of course we hope, eventually, you’ll want to subscribe, but that’s a choice for you to make half a year from now. The free digital subscription Celebration Offer expires on Friday, February 27, at 11:59 p.m., so act now — and while you’re at it, why not suggest to your conservative friends and kinfolk that they take advantage of it too. Sign up here.