As reported in David Verklin's book ("Watch This, Listen Up, Click Here"), most magazine reading takes place during the work week. But after reading and sending emails all day, our collective eyes are pooped. And is it me or have the font sizes in magazines been reduced over the years? Is it possible tired eyes, combined with the inability to dynamically adjust the font size, are negatively affecting the popularity of magazine-reading? Whether you agree with this theory or not, there is no denying magazines are in real danger.