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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Scott W., Feb 3, 2002.
What magazines do you currently subscribe to? Don't be shy!
Home Theater Magazine.
Jp and 4 Wheel Drive and Sport Utility, soon to be Maxim again and an HT mag once I decide on one.
National Geographic, Scientific American, Natural History, American History, Smithsonian, Skeptical Inquirer, Free Inquiry, Invention & Technology, and Archaeology. And yes, I'm a dork.
Currently Maxim and Sound & Vision(got a free 3 year sub).Home Theater Magazine,Widescreen Review and Total Movie just ran out with no plans to re-subscribe.
Maxim, Entertainment Weekly, Videomaker, Post
Sight & Sound
I used to subscribe to up to 20 magazines a year, mostly sports, stereo, and consumer related, but now there's this here thing called the internet. Really, everyone ought to try it. As a result, I only subscribe to Home Theater and Consumer Reports right now.
Entertainment Weekly, that's it.
None. However, I read Wizard and Toyfare regularly.
I'm thinking of subscribing to 'People'. Everything else I could possibly want I can conviniently find here on the net (even including people). The thing with 'People', is I like receiving periodicals in the mail.
Entertainment Weekly and Premiere keeps sending me new issues even though I didn't renew my subscription.
- Car and Driver (4 years and counting!) ($4.95 /year)
- Maxim (Free /year)
- EGM (Free /year)
- PC Magazine (Free /year)
- MH-18 (Free /year)
As you can see i get alot of internet freebies..
Sound & Vision
I think my Home Theatre and Premiere subscriptions ran out.
Sky&Telescope (maybe ran out havent received a new one now that I think about it)
Anything you ever need to know you can learn from magazines.
Naturally Swedish magazines, so i guess it's not quite comparable - but here goes:
- All a growing lad needs....
"Analog - Science Fiction And Fact" (the most essential)
"Asimov's Science Fiction" (good for filling the time between "Analog"s)
"Discover" (Is there something between this and "Scientific American"?)
"Maxim" (I tend to subscribe to this for a year, get sick of it assuming I'm a neanderthal, and not renew. Then a year later, find a $10/year offer, and re-up)
"Sports Illustrated" (Can't remember the last one I actually read a good chunk of)
Really should subscribe, since I pick them up every month:
"Fantasy & Science Fiction" (Too much fantasy for my taste, but when you've finished the month's "Analog" and "Asimov's"...)
"Games" (Not what it used to be, but still entertaining with nifty puzzles. I miss the Dell "Champion" magazines, though)
"ToyFare" (worth it for "Twisted MegoToyFare Theater" alone)
And a bunch o' comics.
Only Entertainment Weekly and Sports Illustrated (although I don't plan to renew SI)
I don't subscribe to any, I just see one I like I buy it, mags that periodically appear on my sofa or coffee table include...
Big Boobs Monthly
What Porno DVD?
Nudist Beach Photoshoot
erm some of the above magazines may or may not actually exist, except in someones warped imagination.