— Good news for those who thought their copies of Playboy were gone forever when their moms found them and threw them away.
Playboy launched a Web-based subscription service Thursday called i.Playboy.com that allows viewers to see every single page of every single magazine — from the first issue nearly 60 years ago that featured Marilyn Monroe to the ones hitting the newsstands today.
well Hef started putting Playboy online...that means more men will not get less sleep?...ha ha ha
Great idea, Hef! I've felt Playboy has been under-monetized in recent years and this is certainly a step in the right direction. They need to reestablish the Playboy brand and differentiate themselves from internet porn. I think they should give out free week or two-week subscriptions to this service so people can explore what Playboy used to be: a gentleman's magazine with lifestyle advice, hard-hitting articles from some of the best writers and yes, some pictures of attractive women in the nude.
Well, I guess then I will have access to 37 years worth of pictures that I don't already have, but not likely.
Hef putting all pages of every book online? I guess that is one way to drive attention to his brand "Playboy".
by Stacie L 9 years ago
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by Keith Abt 2 years ago
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/playbo … li=BBgzzfcThe famed skin mag will soon be showing less skin in its print edition. In a seemingly backward response to competition from wall to wall (free) Internet smut, Playboy Enterprises announced this week that though they will continue to...
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