To cut a long story short ,'We Love Magazines'

The death of print media keeps being announced as more is written and published online. I personally think that the two mediums are complementary. I rarely bother reading long stories on my computer screen. I do that with printed stories. This is why I keep most of my pieces short.Welove_2

A new book aptly titled We Love Magazines explores the rich history of magazines around the world.

PingMag interviewed Andrew Losowsky, the man behind this project.

Recent additions to the magazine racks include personal favorite Good Magazine and from the house of Conde Nast the business title Portfolio.

My wife often wonders why I collect old issues from a number of them.

I do like the feeling of being surrounded by things to read.

After all, our brain is a muscle, it needs to be used.

Other Monday morning musings: Live anywhere...Escape the Daily Grind

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