Home Business Magazine is finally set straight and is on the development path as we speak! With this news, we're proud to announce that you should be able to check out the latest magazine by the end of July or early August, if everything stays on track. Of course, we will notify you all if a firm release date is planned so make sure to subscribe to HBM if you haven't already ("Subscribe" on the right) so you can get the latest news before anyone else along with a few exclusive surprises we have planned.
June is almost upon us. That month will mean relentless work for the Team, but it will definitely pay off in the end. If you have any questions regarding the magazine, you should know where to contact us by now (HBM Defaults > Write To/For HBM for those who don.
Since the launch of the PlayStation Home Open Beta in December 2008, those curious enough to go inside and explore the virtual world were met with bored "hardcore" gamers looking to have some fun with random people, whether it be offensive to the person or not. Hate it or love it, Home has changed in a way that opens arms a bit more to allow the "casuals" to become a majority. Over time, it seems like the overall community has matured a bit to the point where some are willing to take their friendships to that next level...
Today we have some rather unfortunate news to share with you all. Due to untimely limitations at the moment, we cannot release the latest issue of Home Business Magazine (Home For The Summer Edition) by early June. Thankfully, with this extra time, we can make adjustments to the things we've been itching to fix. Also, to show you how sorry we are, we will be adding even more content to what we already have planned.
We are currently trying to set up a deal with a company to provide some upcoming content exclusively. Because of this, we can't really specify the new release date. As long as you stay tuned to our website, you'll get the latest information on when you can expect the next issue!
Thank you for your time. We're truly sorry about the delay, but we think it's for the better in the end.