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Harp magazine is back. Kinda. The Silver Spring-based music magazine, which ended its run in March, has relaunched as an online-only publication, Blurt, that includes a “digizine”—-a digital magazine that includes all the contents of a typical music magazine. Accessing new content is easy! If you want to read EIC Scott Crawford‘s editor’s note about the mag’s new direction, here’s all you have to do:

1. Go to www.blurt-online.com.

2. Click on the magazine cover at top right.

3. Click on the “next” button.

4. Again.

5. Again. Hurry, there’s an ad for an Amy Ray solo album!

6. Read pull quote: “The question on a lot of bloggers’ lips—-laptop screens—right now is, is print really dead?”

7. Realize that you can’t copy and paste said pull quote. Or e-mail the article. Or provide a direct link to it.

8. Note that, while print may be having a death rattle, ungainly Web-print hybrids are dead from the start.