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Monday, September 27, 2004

Home Sweet Home

Home Computer Magazine is a new publication from Cranberry Publishing Ltd.

A consumer PC magazine, it will include features, hardware and software reviews, tutorials and more.

Launching later this year it promises to be the UK's first mainstream title in PDF format. Interestingly the publisher has not adopted any of the proprietary digital magazine formats and is relying solely on advertising revenue.

Monday, September 20, 2004

Music to your ears

Playlist Magazine (now on promises to be the first of many covering the booming market in digital downloads.

Leaning heavily on Apple's Ipod for inspiration, it has reviews, site guides and a look at the plethora of hardware and software available.

Friday, September 17, 2004

Kenealy vs the web (again)

Interviewed in the latest issue of Digital Magazine News, Pat Kenealy, CEO of IDG identifies the big web players (Yahoo, Google etc) as a threat - this time to digital magazines.

Previously, Kenealy had also pointed out the threat they posed to the B to B magazine fraternity.

If he keeps this up, they might get the idea he's afraid of them.......

Thursday, September 16, 2004

IDG cancel Bio-It World on digital

Word reaches us that IDG are set to can the digital version of Bio-It World. No news yet as to why or when this will happen.