por Miguel Marujo, em 01.03.07
«It would be tough to overstate the greatness of a magazine that had Marilyn Monroe as its first centerfold, and Kerouac, Steinbeck, and Wodehouse on call by its fifth anniversary. Launched in 1953 by the grotto-dwelling, robe-wearing Playboy himself, by the 1960s its table of contents was a veritable who’s-who of the best writers of the day and their most compelling subjects. While the magazine has lost its footing as the culturally relevant read for men, its signature “Playboy Interviews” still deliver the kind of no-holds-barred ranting and raving that made it famous. All that, and we haven’t even mentioned the naked girls.» É a quarta melhor revista de sempre, diz a Good Magazine
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é um possível resumo de algumas das mais felizes histórias da comunicação social - e de novas e velhas descobertas. Delicioso.