Our magazine ROM appears for the third time
People constantly mumble this mantra to themselves: Digitalization is everywhere, print is dead. We find such generalizations amusing – and publish a lavishly designed, high-quality magazine. Feels good in your hand, looks even better, with a unique metallic effect cover. This makes ROM a great gift. In all modesty: The magazine costs 10 Euros, but looks like 30.
In our third issue you can read about a society of influencers, about antibiotics that we are slowly but surely running out of, about the streets of Hungary, and the relationship between former Bild editor-in-chief Kai Diekmann and former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, which borders on something from the pages of a dime novel. Furthermore: we sit down with a US-American journalist who has witnessed 300 executions in Texas.
ROM is an initiative of the iRights.Lab; it tells people’s stories and explores the realities of life in a digitalized world — along with the ways it is changing, forms of resistance, and visions for the future. The magazine sees itself not only as a confrontation with the present world, but also with the immediate future: It is important to be able to classify and not just to paraphrase.
ROM #3 (164 pages) is available for 10 Euros at station bookstores throughout Germany. Worldwide direct sales of all available issues via www.rom-mag.com.
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