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The ‘like’ counter on our The FaceBooks profile continues to soar. We occasionally upload original content onto our page, so if you don’t want to miss out, then don’t forget to ‘like’, ‘poke’ and ‘comment’ on us, at facebook.com/lusubtext

We are also still on the lookout for new editors to join our team and help us to maintain the quality and regularity that subtext has enjoyed for many years. We sent out a general call for help last Monday, and we would love to hear from people who want to know more.


During their routine enquiries, the subtext drones perused the university’s Wikipedia page. To our delight, they found that our humble little publication is not only listed in the citations, but also mentioned and quoted in the ‘Joint Programmes’ section! No guesses as to which joint programme we are mentioned in conjunction with…


We at subtext are just about managing to get the hang of this FaceBooks lark. We have our own page on the site, which you can find at https://www.facebook.com/LUSubtext. Please ‘like’ and ‘follow’ us on there. No, our fragile egos aren’t buoyed by the number of FaceBook likes we have – it’s just that we occasionally post original content on there, and we don’t want any of you to miss out. So don’t be a square – get with the times like a modern groovy dude, ‘like’ our FaceBooks, and get your matez subscribed by following the instructions on our website, http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/subtext/about/


Our Facebook page continues its octopoidal stranglehold on the internet, and we’re getting used to updating the thing and maturing into proper Content Providers. If you like us, like us, at www.facebook.com/LUsubtext