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Archive for January, 2012
I made no secret of the fact I was no fan of the previous Newsweek app for iPad, but following the Daily Beast integration, I always assumed that they would develop a new one, and here it is. I haven’t had a chance to browse through it yet, but it promises a proper iPad edition [...]
A new issue of Brownbook is out (No. 31), and here’s what you’ll find inside in terms of the main feature: Every once in a while, through our usual quest of exploring the contemporary Middle East and its global influence, Brownbook Magazine finds a remarkable pocket of Arabian diaspora. Whether it’s the seven million Lebanese [...]
I really should have pointed this out last week, while they were creating it, but I think it’s still timely to mention The Good Times, a quickmade magazine produced by The Church of London over Twitter. Although production was done last week (it’s still fun to check out the editorial site), it is supposed to [...]
A round-up of magazine-related news bits and bobs. Newsweek is going retro for its upcoming Mad Men issue, including ads. Via @twitsplosion Letter to Jane launches a new blog to cover the making of the upcoming fourth issue. The New Yorker launches a new political site, The Political Scene. Time magazines looks at magazines and [...]
This article was posted on January 16, 2012 under the category News, and covers the following topics: Ads, App, Blog, iPad, Kinfolk, Letter to Jane, Mad Men, Monocle, Newsweek, NYT, The Guardian, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Political Scene, Time, Tyler Brûlé, Video
The fourth issue of iPad-only Once — the magazine of “long-form photo stories” — is out now. It’s available as a $3 in-app purchase from the magazine’s app. Below, a video trailer that was produced lat year to promote the magazine.
Ever since he took over the role of book editor at The Hunffington Post, we’ve missed Andrew Losowsky‘s magtastic posts, but good news, as he will now be contributing occasional posts to MagCulture. His first one is up, in the form of 5 recommended zines and magazines. 5 Magtastic Things: January [MagCulture]
Here’s a really funny video promo for the magazine Jalouse. Jalouse [Fuck Yeah, Magazines]
Let me start by apologizing, I really should have mentioned this before Christmas since it would have made the perfect gift for any magaziner. The fantastic magazine cover site Coverjunkie has released a beautiful print compilation of the best (or most interesting) covers of 2011. As I mentioned in the latest “Magaziner Intelligence” post, there [...]
How’s this for a magazine lovers temple? At least when it comes to architectural magazines. The video above takes you on a tour of the Yoshioka Library — part of the headquarters of Shinkenchiku magazine — and you’ll find a few photos in this Spoon & Tamago post. An archive of architectural magazines | Yoshioka [...]
Here’s another great Linefeed Reading List video from Michael, featuring another stack of great magazines. Linefeed Reading List — December 2011 [Linefeed]