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I'm not subscribed to any, but am tempted to get some back issues of Mac Addict that I missed. Anyway, I regularly try to pick up MacHome and Mac Addict, and recently started reading Mac World. I haven't bought an issue of Mac Tech yet, I'm not much of a techy, I like more articles about software and new gadgets then I do tech and programing stuff. What magazines do you read? If you read PC/Linux magazines you can put those here too. :bone:
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The only computer mag I read is MadAddict.. I really like that mag Then for tech I read software development and eweek.
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I read Wired, MacWorld, MacAddict

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I also read Wired, MacWorld and MacAddict along with Sync. I also have subscriptions to OPM (Official Playstation Magazine w/ demo disc) and XBN (now defunct, lol, good thing it was free).

I should mention that I do have subs to PocketPC Mag and PCWorld. I like PPC Mag for the PocketPC stuff (duh) and PCWorld I only like for the product reviews.

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I read Macworld and Macformat on the odd occasion and also Macfan as it's good for my Dutch.

I usually buy Macworld or Macformat if they have a free full version of a program or if they have a particular review that interests me.

I don't see Macaddict that often anymore but it is a nice mag, got about three copy's of that.
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I subscribe to MacAddict only, but read Mac Design every once in a while.

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Nah, I only visit mac-forums for all my mac info.
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I subscribe to MacAddict and MacWorld (which was free with the purchase of my Powerbook when I registered it). MacWorld is pretty cool, and I have not yet received my first issue of MacAddict.
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I read MacWorld. MacAddict, MacHome, and I also read PC Magazines as well to keep with all the leatest technology. Not only do I rad magazines but I also check out forums too. I guess you can call me a Tech Geek.
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My papa gets MacWorld, I like to read that when I'm home. I think I'll get it when I get a permanent address.
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I read Computer Arts, EDGE and the copy of Creative Review my college gets in every month lol.

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Macworld and Wired I subscribe to. Sometimes I'll pick up a MacAddict or MacDesign
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