January 16, 2011
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Wired

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There are loads of grand magazines one could subscribe to, I have one particular favorite: Wired. It is brilliant in many regards. I love the composition of the cover, the quality and content of the articles, the creative emphasis placed on design, and the attention to detail in typography. Also, the original illustrations and layout is on point every month.

The editor editor-in-chief, Chris Anderson, is the current curator of TED (Technology Entertainment Design). I’ve read his book on the consumer principle of the long tail and enjoy devouring his articles in the mag. But what I think makes Wired so great is its accessibility. Most adults fond of intellectual stimulation will be able to pick an issue up and find an intriguing article.

So yeah, I have a mag crush. What’s your fav?


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January 16, 2011
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Wired

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There are loads of grand magazines one could subscribe to, I have one particular favorite: Wired. It is brilliant in many regards. I love the composition of the cover, the quality and content of the articles, the creative emphasis placed on design, and the attention to detail in typography. Also, the original illustrations and layout is on point every month.

The editor editor-in-chief, Chris Anderson, is the current curator of TED (Technology Entertainment Design). I’ve read his book on the consumer principle of the long tail and enjoy devouring his articles in the mag. But what I think makes Wired so great is its accessibility. Most adults fond of intellectual stimulation will be able to pick an issue up and find an intriguing article.

So yeah, I have a mag crush. What’s your fav?



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