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Old 02.18.2013, 05:42 PM   #59
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Originally Posted by Severian
For me, the Paperwhite is really where it's at.

thing is i might get an ipad cuz i miss reading magazines. glossy shit like wired, and the wire, and newspaper workday shit like the nation, and less stylish but awesome content like new scientist or (for the short stories & the occasional essay) the new yorker. and the new york review of books. i haven't read magazines in a long time mostly because i'm tired of keeping them around so i can reread them, and the piles of shit that form thereafter.

im thinking an ipad could fix that & solve the book problem too.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/next...533561885?mt=8

^ that'd be a good start

most of what the offer is shit (to me anyway) but there are a few gems; http://www.nextissue.com/partner-pricing/?tab=ipad

then there's the individual subscription route... anyway.... e.g.

http://www.thewire.co.uk/shop/subscr...l_subscription

http://www.thenation.com/50ways#

http://www.finddigitalmagazines.co.u...-subscription/

etc
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