UPDATED: Farewell T3, Marie Claire, and Seventeen: You will be missed

9 thoughts on “UPDATED: Farewell T3, Marie Claire, and Seventeen: You will be missed”

  1. Ohmigosh! Im a fan of Marie Claire and although not a subscriber, I buy the mag every month. I love how MC puts together beauty, fashion and social awareness all in one magazine. This is a sad day (for me). 🙁

  2. I love the 3 titles that have to ‘go’, but then again, change is always a good thing, because things do evolve quickly, and times are much diff’t today. Thank goodness online is here to stay.

  3. Bakit? awww… Seventeen Reader ako since 14 ako and now 21 na ako 🙁 yung brother ko collector ng T3 and bago kami bumili ng gadget nagbabasa kami ng review, nakakalungkot naman wala na akong mababasang college mag, gusto ko ang seventeen kasi balance sya di puro fashion, talagang informative, may tungkol sa health, real life, pati yung mga product na nakikita ko dun binibili ko, From a regular magazine size to digest nasundan ko Seventeen. T3 & Seventeen 🙁

  4. Yeah, I think it’s more of a business decision for Summit Media. Ever since they moved office everything has changed. The cover prices drastically increased. Take K-zone for example, a humble kids magazine from P85 in 2006-2009 to P100 since January this year, as well as GH from P100 for such a long time to P125. I always loved T3 since its first issue but were never to buy regularly since I was a high schooler then. In fact, it sparked my flair for tech, and led me to my well-loved IT career. That’s how T3 influenced my life.

    I totally love all Summit magazines (except for FHM, really) and it’s hard for me to see them go as much as you do. Let’s face it, in today’s world everything just goes digital. But still nothing compares the print edition that we used to love.

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