A really nice write-up of issue four of Offscreen magazine, wherein I was featured.
There’s an interview with me in the new issue of Offscreen Magazine. Some of sort of clerical error, I’m guessing.
An in-depth look behind the scenes of the responsive relaunch of People Magazine’s mobile site that Josh, Karen, and Ethan were involved in. I love it when people share their process and build stories like this.
Magazine covers created by Tom Southwell for background scenes in Blade Runner.
It’s a blog. It’s a bookmark. It’s a magazine.
Describing itself as a radio magazine, this site gathers together audio from multiple sources. Oddly though, there’s no podcast feed and they make it hard to get at the source mp3s.
Magazine creators share their experiences of going digital.
A proto-wikipedia from January 1749.
A site that aims to ask and explore the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality, with a focus on science, religion, markets and morals.
A beautiful site for long-form content, also available in dead tree format.
A beautifully designed location-based web magazine.
The Web Magazine for Young Designers and Developers. Very nicely done, and all in HTML5 too.
The colour scheme is a little odd (though I expect this will change from month to month) but the typography is tasteful and the content is king.
A beautiful PDF literary magazine, designed to be printed out and read away from the computer. I'd still love to see an HTML version.
With heavy heart, Nick announces the end of Digital Web magazine. It will be missed.
Rob's story of Air Guitar Championhood is in issue no. 2 of Fray magazine: Geek.
I like the look of this, both visually and idealistically. "ThoughtCafe is a crowdsourced online magazine, written by the internet community for the internet community."
How awesome is this? A real-world "print'n'paper magazine" for web developers. "An elegant, timeless, collectable magazine for people who love web design and are intrigued by the possibility of the web"
Scroogled is a short story by Cory Doctorow that's especially timely.
I just started subscribing to JPG magazine. Now I'm going to cancel my subscription. This is really sad.
Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake are on the cover of Newsweek. How cool is that?
Make Flickr photos into magazine covers - another fun use of the API.