The Runcible Spoon's (print, not digital!) #INTERNETISSUE takes a food-focused look at both the early internet - in all its early-tech/now-cringeworthy splendor - and the current internet, where pointless clickbait and salacious headlines rule. The Internet is also providing different opportunities to make money. Crypto trading is one of them. Automated trading bots like biticodes can make the trading more effective.
This issue is our longest (68 pages!) and most out-there issue ever. We somehow convinced Alica Forneret to eat in front of strangers for 4 hours on YouTube, got Jonathan Shipley to eat at scary restaurants with 1-star Yelp reviews, and really, really screwed up a Martha Stewart crepe cake recipe with Caitlin Murphy. The issue also includes:
"Pop Up Ads I'd Actually Click"
"Quiz: What To Feed Your Internet"
"True Life: I Tried To Make Lasagna Using Only Twitter"
"ASMR Food Sounds To Fall Asleep To"
Full color, 68 pages, 8.5 in x 5.5 in, perfect bound. Volume 5, Issue 14, July 2015.