“Here’s to the Crazy Ones. The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.They’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them.About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward.And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world – are the ones who do.”
– Steve Jobs
The above quote from the incredible man that is Steve Jobs could inspire the most non-believing person to believe in themselves. It could inspire someone to change the path they are currently on and make them head outwards upon a greater one. It could inspire a generation, and in my eyes I think that’s what the world needs. We need a generation who know that they can do whatever they put their mind to, but more importantly, they need a generation to show them how it’s done.
I’m sure you’ve seen a magazine before, right? Even an online one. Each one of them the same. The same stories, the same layout and the same attitude. We all know that too much of something can make us sick, so this site that I’m telling you guys about is something completely different.
Recently, Craig Lackie, myself and a team of others, whom you don’t yet know, have set about a new project: An online magazine that talks about the things that matter. Previous Magazine; Previews that make you envious.
Previous Magazine is about what people really want to find out; It focuses on it’s content and it’s readers, not on what the latest celebrity is doing with their hair. At Previous you will find reviews of the latest and greatest things to get your hands on, the best things to recommend to your friends and of course that means you get that extra buzz of knowing it before anyone else does.
Too many physical and digital publications jump upon whatever the corporations spit out and put on television this week, this leaves the unknown individuals, groups and products by the wayside for the most part, but we’re going to put them up there with the rest of them.
As you already know: I support change, and nothing promotes change better than this magazine. Times are tough for everyone right now, but by reaching out and finding out the things that people want to know, together we can put together a new kind of media, the kind that doesn’t insult but instead inspires, the kind that tells you the do’s and don’ts in a way you want to be told. Myself and the guys at Previous are so excited about letting you guys in on this little gem that we’ve been working on together for a month or so now. We thought that it was time that the performer got to meet it’s audience.
So why don’t you pop on over to PreviousMagazine.Com and see for yourself what the big fuss is about? Help us make the media more reader friendly. Help us bring the media back to the people, and enjoy the ride along the way. I promise: You won’t be disappointed.
Hugs and high-fives,