Issue 22, Magazine

How to Use The New Issue of Death+Taxes

Stephen Blackwell :: Monday, October 19th, 2009 4:41 pm

The next issue of Death+Taxes is on stands now! And it’s a doozy. Not only is it Jay Reatard’s first cover, but the issue has some sweet interactive content waiting for you up in “the cloud.”  To get it, all you’ll need is a cell phone with a camera that can send MMS text messages or e-mail. You got one? Great. Let’s do it.

While flipping through the issue, you’ll come across pages stamped with red icons of either a camera, video camera, or head phones. This means the pages are hot, and there is additional content waiting for you to download. How to get it? Just take a picture of the page with the phone in your camera, then text the image to 66268 or e-mail to [email protected].

Click through for an example! More content is available using your cell phone and the new issue.

Special thanks to Scion for Making this possible.

Cover photo by Ray Lego.

Here’s an example of the technology featured in the issue with guitar shredder Marnie Stern.You’ll take a picture of the following page then immediately begin downloading the corresponding video. It’s magic!

2 Responses to “How to Use The New Issue of Death+Taxes”
  1. [...] Death+Taxes Issue 22 hits stands nationwide today, featuring Memphis, Tennessee’s Jay Reatard posing in a speedo and a cape on the bank of the Mississippi. But that’s not the only thing special about the issue: The magazine is interactive. You can take pictures of the pages using your cell phone camera, text the pics to us, and you’ll start receiving new content immediately. What kind of content? How about an unreleased No Age song called “In Peril”? Yeah! That kind of content! Here are the directions for how it works. [...]

    Posted by: Death + Taxes Magazine October 20th, 2009 at 11:46 am
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