Author Topic: Which magazines are you reading to stay informative about new technology  (Read 395 times)

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Offline MacIntoshCZ

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Do you subscribe to any magazines? thanks
 

Offline ace1903

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Subscribed to Circuit Cellar printed and digital edition. Everyday Practical Electronics and Elektor from local magazine shop.
Since I also do programming as day job I also read Linux Magazine and Linux Format also from magazine shop.
 

Offline rpiloverbd

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I follow the facebook page of electronicsforu.
 

Offline madires

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None subscribed. There are plenty of websites offering news about new technologies. When I find something interesting I look up the paper (manufacturer's white paper, science paper, whatever). I don't know if it's me or the magazines, they have become dull.
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Offline RoGeorge

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Sometimes I take a look at https://phys.org/ but they are more like a science news aggregator place than like a magazine.

Online tszaboo

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EEtimes is sending me a magazine every now and then.
I don't remember paying for it. The articles are somewhat "meh" sometimes. I mean, you can read a nice 3 page article about a IC, and then you check the price and it's 12 USD. Nevermind then.
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Offline m3vuv

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i always look at the sunday sport (uk),its nearly as truthfull as the bbc!! :-DD
 

Offline MacIntoshCZ

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Which webs pls? =)
 

Offline bsfeechannel

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The EEVBlog.
 

Offline Terry Bites

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EDN www.edn.com full of great info, tear downs ideas.
 
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