Wired Magazine UK Reviews
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Newest Review: ... hooked on Wired. For those who don't like technology, this is an interesting entry point to get underneath some of the ... more
Customer Wired Magazine UK Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 7 readings)
About 2 years ago, I walked into a Central London newsagents. There amongst the 'techie' magazines, was something called 'Wired'. This rang a bell for me as I remembered fondly a magazine by the same name when I was at University in the mid/late 1990's. I bought it and went off to a local park for a lunchtime read. 45 minutes later, I was hooked on Wired. For those who don't like technology, this is an interesting entry point to get underneath some of the current areas of technology without being too technical, or too 'dumbed-down' as some other publications can be. I think that the mixture of cutting edge technology articles in areas such as ideas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10, updated on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Wired magazine came to the UK in 2009 and certainly proved it's a really good publication (winning an award for best magazine launch of the year). The magazine was previously around in the 90's but didn't last for long, now it's back and it's definitely here to stay. The articles focus on not just technology but all aspects of modern culture and the way that the world is changing; it's tagline is 'The Future As It Happens'. The magazine itself usually includes product reviews, news, a 'How To' section and there are usually numerous features on broad topics from 'What's Apple's Problem with Adobe' to studies of Brazilian Gangs. There are also quality pieces ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I love this magazine. I used to regularly read T3 and Stuff magazine, however I found that most of the information in them could be found online through various websites etc. Since then (about 2 years ago) I have not found any magazine which I wanted to buy on a regular basis. However I was travelling on the train a couple of months ago and was reading GQ magazine. Inside was a sample copy of this new wired magazine so I decided to flick through it and see what it is like. Wired is a magazine which has been produced in America for several years. I have never read a copy of the American version of this magazine so cant tell you how it compares. At ... Read the complete review
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