Make your own magazine
Friday, December 5, 2008/
Travelling through Heathrow airport soon? Then you may want to stop by a kiosk in the international terminal that allows travellers to create their own magazine.
Banking giant HSBC has set up a kiosk that allows travellers to select magazine articles on the topics they are interested in, and staff can then bind them into a hardback format.
The range of articles is large, covering topics such as commerce and politics, health, sport, media and culture. Customers can also choose from five writers, such as celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and tennis legend Bjorn Borg.
The kiosk is currently on a two-week trial period, but may be extended if enough positive feedback is generated.
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