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Comments (2)
  1. Ruth Schmidt Ruth Schmidt at 10.11.2015
    Wir beziehen die Schweizer-Revue seit lamgem per E-Mail und ich finde es vernünftig auf diese Weise die Umwelt zu schonen. Nur wird leider immer wieder vergessen, dass es auch Personen gibt, die keinen PC haben.Genau so ist es doch auch mit all den englischen Ausdrücken; die überall verwendet werden. Gerade die ältere Generation kam noch nicht in den Genuss in der Schule in diesem Fach unterrichtet zu werden.
  2. Helen Meier Helen Meier at 11.11.2015
    Die «Revue» auf Papier ist für uns immer ein Ereignis. Sie liegt lange auch dem Stubentisch, wir lesen und kommentieren vieles gemeinsam, vergleichen das Gelesene mit unserem heutigen Wohnland. Nichts hält unseren Bezug zur urspünglichen Heimat besser aufrecht, als die «Revue». Sie nur noch elektronisch zu erhalten, würde heissen: Der Bezug zur alten Heimat wird noch abstrakter und die Auseinandersetzung mit der Schweiz wird etwas rein Virtuelles. Es ist gut zu merken, dass offenbar auch die Redaktion sich dafür einsetzen will, dass wir weiterhin zwischen gedruckter und Online-Version wählen können. Vermutlich wären viele sogar bereit, für die gedruckte Ausgabe eine Abonnementsgebühr zu bezahlen.

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