24:7 was a short-lived free London street press title that operated at the tail end of 1997 and early 1998.  At the time, there was nothing else quite like it in the market, but entering a market dominated by Time Out and supplemented by the growing power of the web, was always going to be a hard sell.  24:7 made it to seven issues, with an eighth in the bag, but pulled from the press.  In the space of a few short weeks, I went from casual contributor on the web column to Commissioning ...