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Radar Watch: Wherefore art thou, o web pioneers?

Radar.gifEarlier this month the NYT whetted our appetites for Radar with a teaser article by Katharine Q. Seelye, who got us excited for Radar’s groundbreaking web campaign:

Come the end of April, visitors to the Web site (www.radarmagazine.com) will be reintroduced to Radar, which its founders are trying to make irreverent, urban and fun.”

Yay, the end of April is finally here!! Is it ready yet? Can we see it? Is it today or tomorrow? Seriously, we’re excited. We’ve got May 24th written on our calendars too, circled with a heart!

Okay, well, we’ll keep checking back until the site launches. Until then, we’ll enjoy reading your snazzy media kit. Orange is clearly the font color choice of today’s tastemakers.

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