Brainless print publications that were only in business to chase advertising dollars might be dying a long-overdue death, but if I have anything to say about it, print itself lives.
Hey ranking people, do us all a favor and find another way to earn a living. We need a diverse set of higher education institutions to serve our nation's needs for an educated citizenry.
Technically, I did have the power to put down those magazines at any time and so does any other reader. But almost every magazine targeting teenage girls and young women sends the message that you need a guy in your life -- which is a lesson that can take years to unlearn.
The real question is: with bigger smartphones and smaller tablets, what's to become of content and how do you reinvent it? That and countless other q...
With a name like PIN-UP, it comes as little surprise that this publication is sexing up its chosen industry. But a quick flick-through soon uncovers ...
Today, the Seven Sisters are still largely part of our society, having changed and adapted to suit the readers they enticed generations ago.
It was pretty evident that at the end of that time frame we would have to pay to have the convenience of a TV schedule at our fingertips, rather than running to our computer to see what was on the tube.
To say hearing about this lawsuit was upsetting is an understatement, and I'm heartbroken to learn what's transpired. Right now, I'm personally grieving for a relationship that was once so strong, and has turned toxic.
I know I'm old because lately I find myself saying, "what is wrong with the kids today?!" a lot. I use the word "old" in the most loving, thank God I'm old, sort of way. I use the word "kids" to refer to people in their 20s and early 30s.
After seven years online (and three million views) the first issue of Wayfare magazine is now in print. It's been created by two partners -- a writ...
Smartphones haven't even been around for six years, but already they're changing the way people function. Some people, that is. About 50% of Americans have smartphones, but many haven't even begun to appreciate what they're capable of, or how much they're going to change our world.
Let's get Hillary Rodham Clinton on one of these lists. What's sexier than a woman in a pants suit brokering world peace, slurping soup and discussing sanctions with the Prime Minter of Yalangistan? Trick question. There is nothing sexier.
This state will do nothing, except cross our fingers and hope that it is not one of our elementary schools that is the next target of a crazed gunman. That brings all all-new meaning, and a horrifying one, to the term "Show-Me State."
This weekend, it was time to get those grey hairs seen to again... to add a bit of gloss and shine and make myself feel better. It's 2012. Almost 2013. I'm older than I could ever imagine being when all my classmates were watching Dallas long ago... and now Dallas is back, and I'm still determined to feel young.
My newspaper love has a fetish side, which is the need for a virgin paper, unread, unwrinkled, untouched.
'Shredded' Collection, 2012 by Jens Praet Shredded Elle Decor magazines, clear resin Image © Theo Van Pinxteren, courtesy of Industry Gallery Flor...