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    What magazines do you subscribe to?

    A recent conversation got me curious. What magazines do you subscribe to?

    I'm an admitted magazine junkie. I recently turned in some airline miles for several subscriptions in addition to the ones I get. So now, the list is:

    Golf, Golf Digest, TV Guide, Time, Newsweek, Daily Variety, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler, Self, Allure, and uh, one of the other girly mags that my wife wanted...I think Glamour.

    Wow, that's quite a long list, put all in one place like that. Yes, it's a lot of reading

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    We get Time, National Geographic,Entertainment Weekly,People,and Chicadee(kid's mag).I too am a magazine junkie and I also buy many mags monthly.I also work in a hair salon so lot's of reading material there as well.
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    Geekville at Bill's house:

    National Geographic
    Scientific American
    Golf Digest
    Business 2.0
    Wired

    I read them all, cover to cover
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    *Major geek alert coming*

    National Geographic, Scientific American, American Woodworking, Air & Space, Woodworker's Journal, Workbench, Log Homes Living, Popular Science, Today's Woodworker, Woodsmith, Popular Mechanics, Nasa Technical Journal, Popular Computing, Network World, Linux Digest, CEO Magazine, Network Week, and Dr. Dobb's Math Journal

    Those little school children come to my door selling those magazines and obviously I buy a few! I also see why I am going to need a larger house!!!
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    ... Well, that's not that bad. At least you're reading???

    I get Newsweek, Newsweek International, Popular Science, Teen, Time, Wired, Amore, and Laneíge.
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    My mom just keeps renewing my Cosmo subscription every Christmas. I haven't really enjoyed this magazine in years, but it makes for - how do I say this delicately? - decent bathroom reading. I subscribed to the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and the Journal of Bacteriology for a while, but then I got over myself.

    We also evidently have a subscription to Wired and 2600, but for all I know, those could just be legit covers on a porn mag. I never look at them.

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    TV Guide, Family Handyman, Ivy Cottage (scrapbooking), PaperKuts (scrapbooking).

    I pick up a lot on the newstands if it interests me.

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    I really think women's magazines (Cosmo, Glamour, etc.) are all pretty much garbage full of negativity and misinformation, so I stay far away from those.

    But I do either subscribe to, or occassionally purchase the following:

    National Geographic
    Reader's Digest
    Writer's Digest
    Artist's Magazine
    Book Magazine
    Home Companion
    Popular Mechanics
    Us Weekly
    Entreprenuer

    I think there are others that I can't think of right now.
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    Heh, I'm almost embarrassed to spoil the geekdom with these:

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    Here's what I subscribe to/purchase off of newstands:

    People
    Time
    Reader's Digest
    Us Weekly
    Sports Illustrated
    Allure
    Popular Science
    YM (a teen mag)

    A few years ago, I read National Geographic, and I've read People almost religiously ever since I began reading it.

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