The July 2007 edition of Wired Magazine has me on the cover. No Kidding… Here is a scan of the front page.
Still don’t believe me? Here is a picture from an angle on my camera.
Now you believe me?
To be honest, it is no big deal at all. Why? Remember the Make Wired Your Own campaign I mentioned back in March? No? Well, they had a promo, for the first 5,000 people to send in a picture and had a subscription, they would put your picture on the cover of Wired.
So, I am one of 5,000 people.
The picture I sent them was a cropped version of me visiting Mini Israel.
VERY VERY COOL
u must get it framed and put it in your office
COOL! Wait… what? So did they only send a Wired with you on the cover to you?
I saw it in its little shrink wrap when it arrived prior to Barry receiving it… and it is true.
Barry did not pay me to write this comment. 😛
Yea, just to me. No one else gets this copy.
wow. hyperlocal personalization in print…
NY Times has a good article on this at http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/25/business/media/25adco.html
That’s awesome! I’ve had one of my sites featured on the front page of a magazine (for real!) but never my own pic.
Too bad you couldn’t get that pic of you and the Horse(aka mule) on the front cover…LOL!
It’s called “personalization”.
But it’s still cool!
Even though I didn’t believe it at first.