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Now Wired is an interesting one. Like siblings who can’t get along, in the past there has been some considerable friction between Wired.com and the Wired magazine. The squabble is all on the internet. And a lot of sceptics will be asking, why run a print magazine about technology when the technology can tell you about technology? Why not just run to the website?
Well, as one blog commenter pointed out, the articles in the magazine are qualitatively different from the posts on the blog and the news on the website. Wired USA magazine is technology journalism: a monthly collection of reports not just on the latest technological advances but with insider commentaries on techie culture, in an engaging, well-researched and well-written format that, no matter how superior a blogger’s skill, you just don’t have time for when you’re posting on the web.
Reading Wired USA magazine is like fusing two worlds: you’re still immersed in the world of technology, but you’re holding this strange anachronism: paper. There’s a rustle when you turn the pages that isn’t digitally produced. And your eyes aren’t aching from staring at a screen, and when you read it in the bath, you have the reassuring knowledge that dropping it in the water won’t kill you.
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