Saturday, 18th November 2017
EDITOR'S NOTES Article
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The first Editor's notes for 2005

The first Editor's notes for 2005

The tsunami disaster simply makes me feel how small and insignificant we are against nature. Other than that, the Costa seems to be getting back to normal after the long break.

Had it not been for the tsunami disaster, I might feel much happier. I can't find any adequate words on the matter and I realise how small and insignificant we all are in the hands of nature, whose course will never be changed by humans. I hope that those who believe they have power over the world and life of others realize it too.

We have reverted to our original publication dates, but I can't help feeling we are only starting the year now. Probably because I am writing this in January and the Costa has not nquite got back to normal after the long break.

We are five years old this year! Even at the start, it was our aim to be portable, so that readers may find us convenient to take home. It seems reassuring that, over the last couple of years, a few international top magazines have adopted a similar size, even though they rely on selling their publications.

We believe that as long as we apply high quality to design, print and content, these should be obvious and make us better and more competitive than other publications, whose motives may be different. Every New Year Day we always have resolved to be better and I think the difference has been noticed over the years.
Of course the same applies to our website, amended and improved several times up to its present form. As we add more data, we shall continue improving on the amount of information it provides for users as well as on its compatibility with search engines.

Our job remains to serve and represent the Costa community in the way that it wishes to be seen. 


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Had it not been for the tsunami disaster, I might feel much happier. I can't find any adequate words on the matter and I realise how small and insignificant we all are in the hands of nature, whose course will never be changed by humans. I hope that those who believe they have power over the world and life of others realize it too.

We have reverted to our original publication dates, but I can't help feeling we are only starting the year now. Probably because I am writing this in January and the Costa has not nquite got back to normal after the long break.

We are five years old this year! Even at the start, it was our aim to be portable, so that readers may find us convenient to take home. It seems reassuring that, over the last couple of years, a few international top magazines have adopted a similar size, even though they rely on selling their publications.

We believe that as long as we apply high quality to design, print and content, these should be obvious and make us better and more competitive than other publications, whose motives may be different. Every New Year Day we always have resolved to be better and I think the difference has been noticed over the years.

Of course the same applies to our website, amended and improved several times up to its present form. As we add more data, we shall continue improving on the amount of information it provides for users as well as on its compatibility with search engines.

Our job remains to serve and represent the Costa community in the way that it wishes to be seen. 



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