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All the News That Doesn't Fit in Print!

June 9, 2009

The internet is limitless. Now, I don't know if this is a good or bad characteristic, especially given all the misinformation floating around in cyberspace. But the fact is, unlike magazines, website content isn't limited by print orders, postage costs or ad counts.

That's why, in the coming weeks and months, Happi.com will include all the news that we couldn't get in print. That means more new products and packages, more international coverage, more patents...the list goes on and on.

The move benefits the editors here in that we've already written the stuff, so we might as well publish it! More importantly, it benefits you, the reader, because it provides expanded coverage of the companies making news in the global household and personal products industry.

More changes are on the way, so we'll keep you posted in the coming months. In the meantime, if you have comments—good or bad—about Happi.com or good old Happi, send me an email at tomb@rodpub.com.

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