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2006-02-24
  Technical reading
There's a lot of info every day and every week and keeping up with it all is a challenge. For newsfeeds there's sites like theserverside.com, digg.com and even slashdot.org if you want to keep up with the latest big name tech or apple product. But it's harder and harder to get valuable content that makes tough tech decisions easier.

I tend to read a lot of magazines and journals as they are printed on paper and I can read them while I'm offline. The good thing about IT journals is that if you qualify, many are free. Here's a list of magazines that I read frequently:


This is a sample of what is out there. If you read most of these you will keep abreast of new products, services and technologies. They won't take the place of online feeds, but paper still has a few advantages.
 
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