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If you still have yet to try reading some comics using the Comixology service — which lets you read on the web, but also through iPhone/iPad apps — let me point you to the two digital trade releases of The Unknown, which are currently free downloads, in remembrance of the recent passing of the book’s [...]
Microsoft has launched a new service called Montage, and I think it’s worth mentioning here because it basically lets you easily create a “visual album of the web” in what is certainly inspired by a magazine layout — think Flipboard, for the web, but where all you need are search terms to create the page [...]
Been meaning to mention this for a while now, but a few weeks ago EGM launched a Facebook app version of their weekly digital-only EGMi. The magazine itself hasn’t changed at all, it’s just a way to have it live inside Facebook — you can pop it out as you can on EGMi’s regular site. [...]
The following video shows off a proof of concept for an upcoming web-based digital hip-hop magazine formatted for iPad called Hoodgrown Digital — notice anything familiar? It’s rather shocking how clearly they have ripped off Flipboard for the main interface, right down to the exact placement of selections. Even worse, this is being sold as [...]
Over at Magtastic Blogsplosion, Andrew goes over a few examples of magazines that have been produced using blog content — mentioned are of course Michael Bojkowski’s Lineread and Jeremy Leslie’s magCulture.com/PAPER (pictured). Although not mentioned, It’s Nice That is another great example of this — and hey, issue 4 just came out. It’s certainly a [...]
This article was posted on October 8, 2010 under the category Uncategorized, and covers the following topics: Andrew Losowsky, It's Nice That, Jeremy Leslie, LineRead, Magazines, MagCulture, Meta, Michael Bojkowski, POD, SNOW Magazine, Web
And while I mention Andrew’s Stranded, you should also drop by the Magtastic Blogsplosion for his interview with Ivan Pope, the founder of the new online indie magazine shop, Magazero. Pope is a vet of the net and magazine scene, and the inventory he’s building (and it’s still expanding) is already quite impressive.