Internet Magazine Reviews
Description:Magazine concerned with ISP's and website building.
Newest Review: ... of knowledge otherwise how can you hope to expand your knowledge? I will add a proviso to this since I can see a glossary ... more
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Customer Internet Magazine Reviews (5)
by - written on 28/10/01, updated on 28/10/01 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I have been a subscriber for more years than I care to remember - in fact, I just threw out a load of old copies and asked myself (yet again) "Why do I keep them for so long?" - and there is a simple reason why I continue to subscribe. In a word QUALITY!! Now some of the opinions here talk about IM being too technical for the beginner or lacking in depth but I have to disagree. I accept that since my job directly involves the Internet I am not a beginner but when I started getting IM regularly I was by no means the genius (?) that I am now! My experience tells me that it is better to learn by reading above your current level of knowledge otherwise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/01, updated on 07/07/01 (Useful, 32 readings)
Internet Magazine is a magazine based on web building, internet, and software. Every issue comes with a cover disc with the most useful software ranging from email clients, design software, web accelerators, audio players, image optimisers and instant messengers all of which saves you downloading it from the web. Internet Magazine is split into the following sections - - Browser - News Section on isps, viruses, entertainment. - Opinion - Discussions, mailbox with your opinions etc. - Features - Cover stories - Site Surveyor - Experts advice on readers websites, essential viewing where they show you the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/01, updated on 27/04/01 (Useful, 19 readings)
Internet Magazine has plenty of good articles to interest the reader be they a web novice or a hardened designer. However I find that they all too often use language in those articles that puts somebody with little or no experience from taking that great leap into web page construction. This is a lone criticism as the rest of the magazine definitely stands up to the test of usefulness to the intermediate and advanced web page builders. I think that if they instituted a page that acts like the creches many companies use to train new entrants to the profession that they would almost certainly increase their readership as people new to the activity would utilise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/01, updated on 09/05/01 (Useful, 11 readings)
I first received this magazine as a free gift and have since subscribed. The basic gist of the magazine is to advise internet users of all levels of new products, answer questions on all related topics and compare various ISP's. There are lots of 'tried and tested' features which should enable you to make an informed decision. The good thing about this magazine is that it highlights 'free' sites as well as those offering chargeable facilities. One of my favourite sections is the 'links' page where you can pick up all sorts of great sites to visit. I often visit ones from here which I had never thought of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/01, updated on 18/02/01 (Useful, 19 readings)
Internet Magazine is consistantly the best magazine for the budding webmaster. Not only does it have a monthly CD packed full of the must-have programs it has many many useful tips and solutions for those building web sites. It aims at the intermediate to business level customers, I would probably not recommend the magazine to a net newbie (although they would love the CD). The links, articles and editorials are to a consistant high standard. It is also one of the cheaper magazines on the market. My favourite section is the ISP rating section. This details how each ISP in the UK has performed in the last month in the IM tests (which are ... Read the complete review
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