Who wants to start a magazine!
ReMag used to want to look like a mix of http://www.thecicak.com/
both which has since been rather successful in their own endeavors. Fundamentally, it was the recognition that people still wants to read "quality" stuff, and there can only be that much "popularity" can equate to "quality" (the basis of putting up sticky threads, in my opinion, is a low cost, user generated version ReMag). It was also partially a reaction during that time to the kind of censorship that our generation tend to loath, and it was the beginning of the opening up of the Internet as a medium of exchange.
Now probably a bit different - look, all UMNO members got blogs, ReCom and other online platforms have since gathered sufficient traction to survive with or without the draconian laws as self-censorship is always the best means of making a conducive environment for exchange (and reflecting high level of civility). If ReMag were to be revived, there needs to be a clear vision of what it needs to achieve - what's next?
As the word "Mag" was used, there has been countless impressions that it should be printed. Alas, I wish it was so easy (then the Internet won't be so powerful you see...) besides the logistics and sheer cost and financing involved, there's also the political side of things, the regulatory side of things, and finally, there's the leadership side of things. I always thought that if ReCom were to be a company the first product it would naturally lend itself to is a magazine. But if you're a bland non-partisan magazine no one will buy, there must be a cause that it serves, education perhaps?
What is your vision for an education magazine?