It's on the Net Reviews
Description:Website review magazine listing over 10,000 of the best sites on the net in a variety of categories.
Newest Review: ... history. Then we move on to the website reviews themselves. Within each of the 26 main categories are 483 sub-categories, ... more
Customer It's on the Net Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/04/01, updated on 03/04/01 (Very useful, 52 readings)
'It's on the Net' is a new monthly magazine, aimed at all users of the World Wide Web. The magazine boldly states on the front cover that it is 'The UK's biggest monthly website review' and this is not far wrong because it promises over 10,000 fully reviewed websites, carefully divided into 26 categories on virtually every topic you could wish for. Inside the 'directory' of websites, you are greeted by a contents page, an editorial page, a few worthy news items and interesting features - one of these features being a guide called 'This month'- which is a guide to events in history. Then we move on to the website ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/01, updated on 05/03/01 (Very useful, 37 readings)
This is a collection of 10000 websites with reviews. The first edition of this magazine came out in February (March edition). Its 148 pages are glossy and it looks expensive but it only costs £2.95 which is not bad for a computer magazine. WHAT IT CLAIMS TO BE: This publication claims to list 10000 websites which are quality checked and include clear and concise reviews (they could have used the words 'very short' instead). They say these listing are 'user friendly' and I'm not quite sure what a user friendly is. Any way, this is supposed to save you time on line. The best sites are gathered in this magazineceach month ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/01, updated on 27/02/01 (Very useful, 63 readings)
"It’s on the Net" magazine bills itself as being ‘The Uk’s biggest monthly website review.’ And I for one wouldn’t argue with that statement. It’s a relatively new magazine, I believe. I saw it for the first time in my newsagents a week or so ago and decided to buy a copy after having a quick flick through. I would have had a longer look had I been in a larger newsagents, but my local shop owner is a whinging old devil and cries of ‘Are you buying that?’ or ‘If you want to read magazines go to the library!’ were bound to be uttered as I had been reading the mag for all of three nanoseconds. ... Read the complete review
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