- Apr 12, 2001
Last year, magazine publisher Condé Nast began offering a number of its iconic titles as iPad apps with in-app subscriptions. Now, Condé has made the first issue of Wired magazine -- issue 1.1 from 1993 -- available within the Wired Magazine iPad app (App Store) for free.
The retrospective includes a 12,000-word oral history and archival images from the original Wired editorial team.
WIRED Magazine is available as a free download for the iPad. Issue 1.1 is available via in-app download. [Direct Link]WIRED today announced the reissue of its iconic inaugural issue on the iPad as a free download on June 1. Launched nearly twenty years ago in January 1993, the premiere issue featured science fiction author Bruce Sterling on the cover and quickly became a sought-after collectible. Re-envisioned using the latest publishing tools, the iPad version (1.1.1) is a page for page replica upgraded with annotations and perspectives on how it all happened and what became of the stories and subjects within from the founders, editors, and contributors involved.
"As far as we were concerned, making this free for all of the readers who have supported WIRED over the past 20 years was the only option," says Howard Mittman, VP & publisher, WIRED. "We knew we wanted to revisit the first issue for our twentieth anniversary, and thanks to Adobe, we were able to make that happen. The only thing more exciting than looking back at that issue and seeing how relevant it is today is being able to share it with the WIRED community."
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