Seed magazine, the seemingly positioned "Vanity Fair of science," has announced it has stopped selling advertisements,says Mediaweek.
Was that on purpose?
Seed has not appeared since June and its founder said that although its future frequency has not been decided, the next issue will not carry any ads.
Now, the Reaper had Seed marked for death this past August and its certainly looking like its kinda dead. Or on life support, at least.
However, somebody had better tell the founder that when your magazine hasn't appeared in five months and you don't know when your next issue will come out, if ever, it's doubtful you're going to be getting ads anyway. Some <cough> "wunderkind."