QOTD: Do You Subscribe to Tech Magazines?

There's something to be said about holding up a good book or a good magazine and flipping through the pages.

With a solid net connection, it's so easy these days to find the information you're looking for quickly and easily, without having to pay for extra tree killing. Arguably however, our energy use has gone up significantly over the years, so clearly there's an impact on the environment in other ways.

Every thing is going online nowadays. Even news papers that have held out for decades, are now shutting down their printing presses completely and changing to an online model.

The question of the day is: Do you still subscribe to print computer/tech magazines?

And if so, which ones and why?

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  • Anonymous
    At least with online info, you can be more specific, and read only what you're interested in.

    With tech magazines I found I was spending 40 bucks a month for 5 minutes of news, and then the rest of the magazine to tell me stuff I already knew.

    So I dont buy tech mags anymore.
  • mactronix
    I still buy them now and then but i go to the store and check if any have something of interest to me first, reviews on a new launch etc just for a differant perspective on the thing.

  • mi1ez
    I regularly buy Custom PC.