Whatever it is it is certainly not for ther benefit of the regular paying customers. This has slowly been getting worse for years and nobody at PCA appears to be listening. Personally I'm thinking of stopping my subscription and moving to one of the fortnightly mags which also seem to spend more time on Computers and less talking about Cameras, Phones etc. Probably the PC now means Political Correctness now rather than Personal Computer.
Please tell me how the date on the cover of a magazine can possibly work to the disadvantage of the regular paying customers - how does it affect your enjoyment of a magazine?
In addition, please tell me what on earth "Probably the PC now means Political Correctness now rather than Personal Computer." has to do with anything.
As for spending less time talking about cameras and phones etc., are you suggesting that we should completely ignore these items? Both of them are digital devices that interact with computers, and both of them are items that interest large numbers of our readers.
As far as I am concerned the 'date' on the front of the magazine is totally irrelevant. What is important is the content and as far as I am concerned PCA remains one of, if not, the best magazines backed up by, definitely the best website and forum.
To hell with the date bring on the January issue!!