Duff-Man says....I remember the days when we had both Macworld *and* MacUser, and they both had substantial content. Nowadays, neither of the two biggies (Macworld and MacAddict) excite me very much....but if you are into graphics in any way MacDesign always has some good tutorials...oh yeah!CubaTBird said:
iCreate is an EXCELLENT magazine. Not to mention all the other ones (WebPages,Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.) that publisher puts out. Not only is the content good but the magazine itself is printed well.Vanilla said:
This is yet another excellent Mag.Duff-Man said:but if you are into graphics in any way MacDesign always has some good tutorials...oh yeah!
Macworld was never called MacUser. They were separate magazines. MacUser shut down and merged with Macworld. I miss the old Macworld (from those days). It was a lot thicker, and more technical. They've gotten soft the last few years to cater to "a wider audience" if I remember a statement they made at one point. I have eight years back issues of Macworld, and the earlier ones are about 3/8" thick!CubaTBird said:
i agree. you get enough hardware info already on the apple site. there is no need for a mag that prints outdated infos and rumors.eclipse525 said:I think the Mac Magazine Industry has to move away (and ARE...) from the traditional format, due to the internet replacing the way we get our information. They just can't reach and put out news/stories fast enough. WHAT they need to do is contain more of a tutorial type format on various subjects. From Web design to system maintenance.
What do you guys think?
Agreed- I have MA & MW because I got them free with computers & since I've subscribed to iCreate I rarely read the other 2 anymore...Vanilla said: