article thumbnail

End of an era: The last two print computer magazines just pressed their last issues

TechSpot

When high-speed internet came along, many computing publications began producing digital versions of their magazines online. Those with subscriptions still got their physical copies, but the online component was a nice perk for when readers could not just pick up a magazine and start reading, like at work. Read Entire Article

Internet 145
article thumbnail

Connect Magazine Issue 2

Spearline Testing

Welcome to the latest issue of Connect, the Spearline magazine. Through it, we communicate and connect with all of Spearline’s stakeholders, internally and externally.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

article thumbnail

“The Blob” Is Poisoning The Security Industry

Forrester IT

In a 2016 New York Times Magazine profile of Ben Rhodes, President Obama’s then deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, Ben was quoted as calling the American foreign-policy establishment “the Blob.”

Security 458
article thumbnail

Airbus Wants to Replace Skymall With a Digital OLED Magazine That Plays Movies

Gizmodo

There are many reasons for airlines to ditch in-flight magazines, from the cost of printing to the hassle of replacing damaged copies during each stopover. Airbus has proposed a potential alternative: a digital magazine made from… Read more. But what else are you going to mindlessly peruse while waiting for a flight to take off?

article thumbnail

Inside Amazon’s ‘Labor Awakening’: Journalist Erika Hayasaki on her New York Times Magazine story

GeekWire

21 issue of the New York Times Magazine, explores the impact of the pandemic and Amazon’s unprecedented growth on its workforce and the place where she lives. We also consider the future of its workforce in the buildup to a pivotal union vote in Alabama , and growing wave of robotics and automation.

Journal 124
article thumbnail

State Tech Magazine Recognition - CIO Musings

CIO Musings

State Tech Magazine Recognition. Bill Greeves had tweeted and posted on FaceBook that my blog was recognized in the StateTech Magazine inaugural list of the the 50 must-read blogs for state and local IT. StateTech Magazine has been really good to me over the years. Follow me on twitter at @BarryCondrey Enjoy! Im just winging it.

article thumbnail

Seattle-based Sports Illustrated publisher Maven sued by former magazine owner Meredith Corp

GeekWire

the former owner of the longstanding magazine. Layoffs at the venerable sports magazine in October drew criticism from employees and unions; the company did another round of job cuts in March. A publicly traded company, Maven has a coalition of more than 300 brands, including History, Maxim, Yoga Journal, SKI Magazine, and others.

Sports 84