Magazines – Remember Those?

Indonesian magazines at a kiosk in Jakarta.

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In the new age of e-readers and apps for everything, I’m wondering what’s happening with magazines. Me? I don’t read many. Besides trade magazines, I only flip through Better Homes & Gardens. My hubby tends toward techie stuff (Wired is fun), and my kids read National Geographic (yes, they really do). So even though I don’t read many, when it came time for my son’s annual magazine drive, we had no problem filling up his list with renewals.

How about you? What magazines do you read? What do you pick up at the doctor’s office? Do you read paper magazines or do you read online?

Or are you done with magazines?

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3 responses to “Magazines – Remember Those?

  1. Robin DeJarnett

    @Killian – what do you read on your iPad? Do you like it for magazines?
    @Jen – I’ve never gotten into the celebrity scene, but I do like to look at the pictures 😎 I catch up when I get my haircut.

  2. I do like reading Psychology Today (shocker). I used to read Us religiously then I canceled my subscription, deciding I wanted to focus on more important interests than celebrity worship.

  3. I get my magazines on my iPad. πŸ™‚

    Except Nat Geo- that I will always want on paper.

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