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An hour or so again I sent Fate magazine a (belated) e-mail in response to their Sept.-Oct. 2010 issue. It was at firstname.lastname@example.org. About 15 minutes ago I got a "Maeler-Daemon" failure notice saying they couldn't deliver it. I've got the magazine right in front of me and I can't see a single letter out of place.
So I went to their website, www.fatemag.com, to see if they had a more up-to-date e-mail address. Usually, right on the home page, fairly easy to find, there's a a "contact us" button. I looked up and down and around and around. None there. I clicked on successive buttons,and scoured the whole stupid site. Absolutely not "contact us" or e-mail address.
So, I printed out the e-mail and the failure notice with a brief note explaining all this, put it in an envelope---fortunately they do have a physical address, though I hope that isn't dead too---and will mail it, hoping for the best.
When the last POB is closed out, and even the antiquated soon-to-be luddite e-mail address is finally abandoned by the e-lite, how in the hell I'm I going to communicate with anybody? Facebook, Twitter, you say? Oh my God. Please. Help me.