How about NOT putting so much snot on the Tiscali disk that is inserted into every PC Advisor. I have not yet managed to remove it without damaging at least some of the underlying page. Not that I care to read their advert, but I mostly lose part of the article on the other side. Normally a help page. Why can't it be stuck on the front of the mag, so that I can just sling it in the bin with the AOL cd.
No matter how many times this has been raised in these forums PCA still persist in this stupidity. I, for one, will not be renewing my subscription when it becomes due. And as for ever using Tiscali.......!!
Has it entered your head for a moment that perhaps Tiscali pay for a specific placement when taking advertising - or that they also specify the glue that's used? Surely it's not the end of the world is it? I get the same magazine with the same glue, and although I might find it a tad annoying at times I manage to cope.
If a little dab of glue makes you so wild that you'll deny yourself a magazine that was obviously good enough to warrant a subscription in the first place I'm a bit stuck for a comment I'm afraid.