questionswhich types of magazines do you still read in…

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This is definitely going to put my man card in jeopardy, but I love my Entertainment Weekly, minus the awards issues, so I get that in print because it's just so much better to go down to your mailbox, expecting bills and seeing the magazine laying in there. Makes my day every time.

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I read most magazines in print, as I'm not wealthy enough to own a tablet yet. I read fashion, news, and political magazines on the bus, and celebrity gossip magazines in the tub.

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I still get Hot Rod and Dirt Rider. The way I see it, once I'm done reading it, I can hang up the pictures that I like on my wall. Then my room never gets boring.

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I own a kindle, but I prefer to read real books or magazines if possible.

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I still get Motorcyclist, Popular Science and Popular Mechanics in print. Do BudK catalogs count because I get at least one of those a week right now.

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Time and Wired.

Although, in addition to reading the print magazines, I also read the electronic versions. Just whatever is handy.

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This old house
Simply living
Taste of home
Readers digest
Better homes & garden
i get a few others, but dont remember current time. i usually just pile them somewhere till i get the rare day i get to spend a few hours curled up under blankets and read several at once.

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I have a few odd magazine subscriptions that I bought because they were $2-4 per year, and I felt it was too good to pass up, but I generally bring them to work and let other people read them. Occasionally I'll flip through them and skim some of the more interesting articles, but magazines aren't really my style. Case in point, I have a Playboy sitting within arm's reach of me that I've barely glanced at because, well, the internet is right here.

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Time, OK (guilty pleasure), PopSci, Discovery all still arrive in the mail. I do not have an e-reader, so the portability of the print magazines on the commute from here to there is great.

Even if I did have a kindle, I think I would still want to be able to leaf through a magazine regularly, just as I still enjoy reading the newspaper old school each day.

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I get many, many print magazines. I'll sign up for anything that I can get for free or for points that I won't use for something else (expiring frequent flier miles, Coke rewards points, etc.). Although I read or even leaf through very few of them. The used bookstore near me will buy current magazines (and from the previous month). They don't pay a lot, but it's enough that I get $10-$15 every six weeks or so. And that's enough to mostly offset my comic book habit.

The only magazine I pay for and actually read is Wired.

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I always keep a subscription to Spin coming in. Love them for long car trips.

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Time, Newsweek, The Week, Taste of Home, Reader's Digest, Consumer's Report, Martha Stewart's Living, Better Homes & Gardens, Playboy.

I like being able to toss a magazine into my purse to take to work for my lunch break; I prefer the tactile sense of flipping pages to the colder feel of the tablet.

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Backpacker magazine, Guns N Ammo, Combat Handguns, The Rifleman....Sometimes Men's fitness

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Waxpoetics! Best part is that back issues tend to go up in value with time so it's both informative and a wise investment.

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Gaming and computer tech magazines. I do love to read about the stuff online also but there is nothing like reading it out of a hard copy magazine.

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Maxim, cause if I was going to look up digital Maxim, I would just go straight for porn, and Rolling Stone, cause I got a $4 subscription.

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Wired, National Geographic.

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Healthy Cooking, Parenting, reader's digest, and guideposts

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Well, I think my Wired subscription just ran out...I'll probably renew it when they offer me a free gift again.
I'm consistent on MaximumPC though -- never let that one run out.

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I read time and economist.

I hate reading more than a page or so at a time on a screen.

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National Geographic
Travel+Leisure

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I have subscriptions to cooks illustrated and draft, but I may let draft lapse after they recently suggested I drink beer in oklahoma city.