Good, the Los Angeles-based startup for “people who give a damn,” has made it to its 3rd issue, and already has the gumption (nay, balls) to put out a “media issue.” They seem to have a fan in Vanity Fair‘s Graydon Carter, who contributes a foreword-style essay on his favorite all-time magazines before Good editors pick 51 of theirs. A rock-and-roll style review:
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