Oh, my. Does that ever bring back memories. I subscribed to it for a long time, but haven't seen a print copy in eons. If you feel as if you would like a print magazine, I imagine it would be a good one. Certainly, it's been around for a while... see below.
For a while I subscribed to close to a dozen magazines. Then I decided that almost half the value of the magazines was in the ads, and when through a phase where I intentionally rotated newsstand purchases, buying MacWorld one month, MacUser the next, BYTE the next, etc. etc. Then the Internet came along.
(I still have fond memories of Compute!--my source for Commodore VIC-20 lore; Softalk; BYTE, of course; Datamation, which I got for free at work).
I still have this copy of MacWorld:
Bill Gates is in it, explaining Microsoft's key role in developing the Macintosh. (Yes! He did!)
This is sad. I'd completely
forgotten that the first editor was
the late Andrew Fleugelman
. Does that name mean anything to people any more? Among other things, he invented the concept of shareware (which he called "freeware"--"An experiment in economics, not altruism"), with a communications program called "PC-Talk." He also was a leader of the "New Games movement," which aimed to create games for children that were fun to play but had no winners or losers. I can personally testify that one of them, "A Cold Wind Blows," is absolutely surefire at elementary schoolkids' birthday parties; kids can play it for half an hour, hour, giggling and laughing, and never throwing a tantrum.
Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen and six, result happiness; Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery.