Loaded and the gonzo early days of the Lads Mags Paid Members Public
In 1994, Loaded kickstarted a men's magazine revolution. It also helped shape how I see journalism.
Subscribed: three magazines I love Paid Members Public
You can help save your favourite magazine by subscribing. Here's three on my subs list.
Condé Nast giveth, and it taketh away Paid Members Public
Condé Nast is moving fast and breaking its Snapchat presence.
Offscreen - the print magazine for digital types - redesigns with #16 Paid Members Public
Issue 16 of Offscreen magazine is now available. It’s a beautiful print magazine all about the digital industry, which I’ve been happily reading for the last couple of years. If you’re interested in online, but still a lover of great print magazines, it’s well worth a
Newspapers are becoming magazines, and the New York Times is leading the way Paid Members Public
The New York Times has redesigned the opening spread of the print edition to make it more of a digest of everything the outlet is doing across all media. So, yes, that include capturing the best of its journalists’ tweetstorms on there. Laura Hazard Owen interviewed Jake Siverstein [http://www.
Print's not dead - it's regenerating Paid Members Public
During one of my lecturing sessions at City [http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/interactive-journalism], University of London last week, I made the point that just because you’re most associated with digital, doesn’t mean you don’t – and can’t – love print, too. That’s certainly the
Blogosphere magazine: last decade's jargon on today's newsstands Paid Members Public
Of all the things I expected to find in the WHSmith in Clapham Junction, this was not one of them: Blogosphere? (Top shelf, right hand side.) There’s a word I haven’t heard – or used [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2015/01/blogging-evolved-buzzfeed.html] – in a long, long time.