The new style of magazine
Posted 17 September 2002 - 10:23 AM
Posted 17 September 2002 - 11:37 AM
I still think the internet is replacing the magazine and the newspapers. Magazine content, sometimes by the time it hits newstands, is "old news", unless it's not regionally geared and even then it's sometimes "old"
There's far too many of them competing for consumer $
Posted 17 September 2002 - 02:53 PM
So far, there are things the Internet can't handle. The online magazine Slate, for example, tried in its early days to post lengthy critical and analytical articles of the kind you'd find in The New Republic and The New Yorker. They had to desist, because people going to Slate were looking for a quick fix, and articles like that are hard to read online; you have to print them out, and people don't have the patience.
Posted 17 September 2002 - 03:09 PM
take this site for example, I read reviews here far in advance of any publication and b/c they are "voices" who's criticism I've grown to appreciate and trust, I'd pay for a site like this as opposed to say a printed publication.
(p.s. Alexandra, you don't have to take that literally
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