A good book has several telltale signs of repeated use: the cover is worn, the pages are dog-eared, and the margins are crammed with handwritten notes. In my experience, the same thing holds true for magazines. I consider it a high compliment when readers tell me that their copy of The O&P EDGE is covered with fabrication dust or that they rip articles out of the magazine each month so that they can file them by topic for future reference. I remember a practitioner asking me if it was okay to get a multi-copy subscription because every month his copy of The O&P EDGE would arrive in his inbox, and the next day it would disappear, only to turn up on someone else's workbench several months later. (Multi-copy subscriptions are fine with us, by the way!)
We've heard so many stories about how you use The O&P EDGE and where you keep your copy in your waiting room, on your workbench, at home, in your office that now we want to see it. Send a picture of you and your copy of The O&P EDGE to , and we'll feature some of the photos we receive in the magazine. Have a well-traveled copy? Even better. Send us a photo of you, your EDGE, and an identifying landmark or sign. Please include your name, your company name and location, and a brief description of the photo.
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