Lobster is the UK's longest running parapolitical magazine. This is its 59th issue, a magnificent achievement.
This is the second issue that has appeared only as an on-line download, as opposed to its traditional printed format. Whilst understanding many of the editor's reasons for switching to that format, it is disappointing to see that an early problem has not been ironed out.
Unfortunately the on-line magazine is not published in the same layout as the old hard copy. This means that instead of the old style two columns of A4, you get a single large font column spread out over hundreds of pages. The volume of paper and ink required to print this out mitigates against doing so for most people - unless I suspect they have access to a work printer!
If Lobster is to be on-line, is it too much trouble for it to be on-line in its old format?