Posts tagged print magazines
Starlog available online via Internet Archive
December 22, 2014 | 1:25 pm
Starlog, the very significant and much-missed science fiction magazine that ran from 1976 to 2009, has now been made available in full courtesy of the Magazine Rack section of the Internet Archive, which has put the entire run of issues up online, from its Star Trek-inspired inception to its eventual bankruptcy. Starlog was lucky - or aware of the zeitgeist - enough to launch almost contemporaneously with the debut of the first Star Wars movie, and rode the impetus that gave for science fiction over 375 issues. It's not clear whether the Internet Archive collection is complete as claimed -...
Online or on Paper, Publications Are a Core Part of Our Identity
December 3, 2012 | 12:00 pm
By Mik Strøyberg | Head of Consumer Engagement for Issuu You can tell a lot about a person by taking a look at what he or she reads. Suppose you walk into a stranger’s home and see copies of Forbes magazine on the table. You would likely imagine the householder is interested in business. Assume you see copies of Dog News or Equine Journal. You would probably conclude that he is an animal lover. If you spotted a stack of VICE magazines, you could safely surmise that he has an irreverent sense of humor. The point is that publications give unique...