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  • magazines

    Do people still subscribe to magazines anymore? If so, which ones? (I think reading an actual physical magazine is a nice change of pace now and then.)

  • #2
    Definitely not as much as I used to, but I will always prefer a physical magazine over their online counterparts.

    You get articles that aren't always posted online (at least not on the official website), and I actually like all the advertising spreads.


    • #3

      I've always wished there was a Javascript magazine, but I've never found one.



      • #4
        Originally posted by sgoodman View Post
        I've always wished there was a Javascript magazine, but I've never found one.

        How about JsMag?

        Also, you can do things like:
        • Follow well-known JavaScript developers on Twitter.
        • Follow JavaScript libraries that interest you on GitHub, such as jQuery.
        • Join the mailing lists of JavaScript libraries that interest you.
        • Contribute to JavaScript libraries that interest you via feedback, testing, and/or coding.
        • Find other ways to communicate with people or projects in the JavaScript community.


        • #5

          Thanks for the link.