No days off in the new year. It's two days into January 2009 and the first magazine has landed in the Reaper's lap.
Cross Flickr with magazine publishing and you get JPG, where anybody could submit photos and hope they would get published. Of course, this admirable concept was bound to fail because you can, uh, just go to Flickr or Google Images and find all the images you want for free.
The Reaper was sending in family photos but they were rejected because there was not enough light. Duh!
Nineteen issues later, JPG folded because there was not a penny to be made from the idea.
That just about wraps up 8020 Media, which closed their other magazine Everywhere in August.