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21. Real Simple
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22. Cooking Light
$19.95
23. Discover
$19.95
24. Ranger Rick
$14.97
25. Maxim
$19.95
26. Your Big Backyard
$19.95
27. National Geographic Kids
$12.00
28. Wired
$13.97
29. Popular Science
$32.97
30. Muse
$26.00
31. Consumer Reports
$12.97
32. Rolling Stone
$18.00
33. Vogue
$150.00
34. Daily Variety
$28.00
35. Martha Stewart Living
$19.97
36. Southern Living
$215.98
37. Vogue Italia
$131.76
38. Vogue - French ed
$99.00
39. Harvard Business Review
$39.00
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21. Real Simple
by The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00023J4H0
Sales Rank: 43
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Paying mostly for ads
The heft and page quality of this magazine is impressive, but it's mostly advertising.Very disappointing.It does have some useful info and I do enjoy reading it (which is why it got 2 stars from me), but I definitely won't be renewing my subscription.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Magazine Diva Says........
REAL SIMPLE is exactly what the name implies. There is no clutter on the pages, which is fitting because this is the best magazine for people combatting clutter. It's excellent for those individuals that can't multi-task well and never throw anything away!

5-0 out of 5 stars I *adore* this magazine
I am not a big magazine reader -- never have been, never really had time to!However, a friend of mine at work kept bringing me copies of this magazine to read...after falling in love every time read it I finally I had to get a subscription of my own!
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Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Women's General    3. Lifestyle & Cultures (Guidance)    4. Home (Houses, Homes)    5. Interior Decoration (Decor, Decorator, Decorators)   


22. Cooking Light
by Southern Progress
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005R8B6
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Focused on "healthy living" rather than chronic dieting, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars God Bless This Magazine
After 14 days in Italy with nothing but Pizza-Pasta, Pasta-Pizza, thang God for this magazine jam packed with lovely light and lightening recipes and ideas. This mag is a blessing!

4-0 out of 5 stars Magazine for Healthy Living
I'll agree with everyone else and say that this magazine probably does need a new name. However, I love all the other features in the magazine! It is Cooking Light, but there is so much more - always an article on a travel destination, an article on beauty, and an article on a sport, as well as other constants. The theme of the magazine is total healthy living, incorporating health issues and exercise as well as healthy food, though I do think that it is mostly a food magazine. I gave it four stars because while the recipies do look good, some of the ingredients are a bit too sophisticated for everyday and too expensive.

2-0 out of 5 stars Needs a new name
The recipes included are good, but this is not a "cooking" magazine. This is a women's fitness magazine in disguise. While I am all for a magazine that focuses on overall health and fitness, it shouldn't advertise itself as a cooking magazine. There is way too much other junk. If I wanted a makeover or an exercise routine, I don't expect to go to my cooking magazine to get that. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Health    2. Health and Fitness    3. Diet    4. Dieting    5. Weight Loss    6. Healthy Living    7. Cookery    8. Recipes    9. Nutrition    10. Cooking    11. Health & Healing - Low Fat   


23. Discover
by Discover Media LLC
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7PT
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Science rules the headlines these days, with new developments each week in genetics, astrophysics, computers, and medicine, and Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Discover magazine
We've been getting Discover for about a year from someone who gave my children a subscription (but we can't recall from whom). That sub was nearly ended, so when my 13-year-old son said it's his favorite magazine, I bought him a new subscription for his 14th birthday.

2-0 out of 5 stars Gone Way Downhill
Recently renewed my subscription after a three year hiatus and I couldn't believe my eyes.The magazine is a skeleton of its former self, with slim stories and little science.Bob Guccione Jr's mag is not even that fun to read.On the happier side, the magazine appears to shun its earlier environmental preoccupations.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Book To Discover The World
The magazine provides its readers with immediate access to startling developments in science, technology and medicine with a renewed emphasis on how those breakthroughs affect their world. The world is evolving faster than ever. New technologies are influencing every aspect of our lives. An award-winning, general interest magazine devoted to the world of science and technology.For three out of my four years in high school, I kept up with Discover. It allowed me to be geeky without overstressing my brain on very technical, field-specific jargon that I'd find in journals like Scientific American. I learned a lot from that magazine. I learned such and such, and my best guess is from Discover. I usually don't retain fine details, but the pull quotes and headlines from that magazine stick with me.Discover is my science magazine of choice. Look for subscription deals and you'll be a happy geek like me, too.
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Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Science    3. Science & Nature    4. Science & Technology   


24. Ranger Rick
by National Wildlife Federation
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005Q7DT
Sales Rank: 13
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars One-less-thing-to-worry-about-educational-material
Our Ranger Rick issues are used first as reading material, then discussion material, then project material (cut-outs, etc) then recycling to neighbors who enjoy them just as much.Tear out posters line my son's walls. There is no objectionable material in the magazine, just wholesome, fun reading.No political agenda is discernable from it, which is refreshing. As soon as it comes in the mail, my 10 year old insists on sitting right down and reading the whole thing through.The knowledge the magazine imparts carries over into the school day, where his teacher is amazed at his recall and knowledge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for those between 7 & 11
What kind of magazine can you get for that age in between? To old for the "Highlights" or other kids mags and still to young (girls anyway) for Seventeen, Teen People or Young Miss...RANGER RICK!! My daughter is 10 and just LOVES Ranger Rick. She has a great love of nature and wildlife and this just fuels her curiosity. Filled with outstanding pictures, fun facts and great information, she enjoys it all! Highly Recommend for a gift when your not sure what to get!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great magazine
This is an excellent magazine. My young son has been recieving this magazine and has enjoyed it every month.
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Subjects:  1. Children    2. Children and Teens    3. Childrens    4. Education    5. Natural History . Biology    6. Nature & Wildlife   


25. Maxim
by Dennis Publishing
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005NIPP
Sales Rank: 7
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Top quality photos, interesting editorials
My husband likes this magazine a lot and that's why I came to renew his subscription. If there is one thing I surely know that's no woman can be everything for a man year after year! I definitely don't have the "eyes", legs, etc of the hot babes in every issue. However, I am both a smart woman and wife and I know that men need such eye candies. I have an idea about a few other men's magazines but I haven't seen in them better photos which don't expose the "naughty bits" of the models. They are really very stylish and professional. That's why I feel comfortable to see Maxim in my hubby's hands.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of my favourite magazines
Yes, I know it's weird that I like reading Maxim. But Maxim has inspired me of doing my job. I'm glad that Amazon sell its subscription.
3-0 out of 5 stars Advertising?????
When this mag first came out I thought it would be another mindless T&A mag. I was surprised to find that it actually had some readable and informative articles. Even this lass found the male oriented humor funny. But, now it has sadly become "Playboy lite." The pictures are too glossy, they have fewer articles, and 60% of it is advertising. When they go back to a more moderate middle groud I will try it again. ... Read more

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26. Your Big Backyard
by National Wildlife Federation
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005Q7E4
Sales Rank: 17
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I started a subscription for my granddaughter, now four, a couple years ago.She loves animals, and loves Your Big Backyard.Goes through it from cover to cover.I'd highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This is an excellent nature magazine. It is exactly what it looks like - a magazine about the world and the animals in it. There is an ongoing hunt for the little bird and other little animal that are hidden in the magazine each month. It is a fun magazine with drawings by children, cute pictures and posters, stories, information and more.
3-0 out of 5 stars Great pub/Not so great service
I bought a subscription for my son some nine months ago, comfortable with an earlier review that indicated that when it was time to move to Ranger Rick (at 7 years), the customer was assured that they could apply any unused Big Backyard to the Ranger Rick subscription. Well, my son is clearly ready to move on from Your Big Backyard to Ranger Rick, but the magazine fulfillment service referred me to Amazon and Amazon told me they do not provide this service. It's not grave and I only have three months left of this subscription, but it's disappointing nonetheless. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling    2. Children    3. Children and Teens    4. Childrens    5. Education    6. Nature    7. Science & Nature   


27. National Geographic Kids
by National Geographic Society
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B000063XJL
Sales Rank: 31
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars WHY?
WHY is almost everybody giving NG Kids a bad review?
1-0 out of 5 stars Why buy the magazine when you can watch ads on T.V. for free?
...because that's all this magazine is: an advertising vehicle aimed at kids who aren't old enough to discriminate between ads and actual content yet.
2-0 out of 5 stars Too Many Ads, Poor Content
My family received this magazine for years, but recently we have decided not to re-new our subscription. This used to be a quality product but it has recently gone downhill with the inclusion of more and more advertising in each issue. At this point, nearly half of the magazine consists of advertisements--this isn't the real science magazine it claims to be, and is a waste of money.
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Subjects:  1. Children    2. Children and Teens    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps   


28. Wired
by Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7TL
Sales Rank: 12
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Needs ReWired
To be honest, I do pick up this Mag from the Newstand 4 to 5 times a year, but I can hardly call myself a fan. If you are looking for a solid computer or tech mag, Wired is not for you, It tries too hard to be hip and trendy, but it's group of Left/Lib Nerds too often come off as being lame and borish.Wired needs to be "ReWired" to meet the needs of the modern tech community.

2-0 out of 5 stars Whiney nerds are annoying...
First off, I'm a huge geek.I love programming and computers and the internet.You'd think Wired would be like some great magazine for me.But the whole thing is just so whiney and worried about all this "bad" stuff in the world, it makes you sick.For every cool article about Japanese robots, you have to wade through like 10 articles about "how America is doomed".Whatever...they need to man up.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Worth It
I was very disappointed with this magazine.The tech reviews have absolutely no depth to them.Most articles are rather pretentious and boring.In the 5 issues I have received so far only the May 2006 issue had any thing interesting.And it only had two articles which were worth it.The first was "Robbed Blind" which was about RFID chips and the second article was "DIY ways to go green". ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Computing    2. Business    3. Technology   


29. Popular Science
by Time4Media
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7SC
Sales Rank: 18
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Monthly Curiosity Fix
This is a great magazine for those who are curious.Every month is packed with a wide range of interesting articles on diverse scientific subjects.A lot of fun, and very stimulating.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine But one Major Flaw
Popular Science is a great magazine.I love to look at the new stuff coming out.The amount Tof ads inside is the only downside to this magazine.Almost half the magazine is fullpage ads.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good if you bumped a few trees in the Stupid Forest
This is definitely the inferior rag of the big Trio of Science monthlies. Filled with poorly-written articles. I actually went back to Home Depot once to get a refund for this magazine. It is indeed worth the gas and time to get a refund if you actually pay for this magazine. This magazine promotes commercial products, and no I'm not talking about the advertisements, but the actual articles themselves. The magazine is not a news magazine, it is just one big advertising rag where manufacturers have paid to get in. If you like paying for ads, go for it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Science    3. Technology   


30. Muse
by Carus Publishing Company
Magazine (02 August, 2002)
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Asin: B00006FXOP
Sales Rank: 29
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This mag deserves a sixth star!!!
I have been getting this magazine for over six years now and just love it more every issue I get! Though it's listed for kids ages 9-14, the readers love it so much they take it to college!!! I highly recomend this mag for anyone who loves science and has a creative and inquisitive mind.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sophisticated stuff, interesting for kids
If I listed the topics Muse covers, you'd never imagine
5-0 out of 5 stars pwt pwns
Muse magazine is in a class by itself. It has NO advertisements, noarticles about how to make yourself prettier or any other boring stuff that shallow teens care about. We musers love the focus on science and math, and they've replaced the original mythological muses with 9 of their own. These little cartoons litter the margins with their witty comments, making the rare tedious article funny. Receiving this magazine is your ticket into the close-knit community of Musers, kids who have openness and learning at the heart of all their doings.
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Subjects:  1. Children    2. Children and Teens    3. Childrens    4. Education    5. Periodicals    6. Children's (Kids, Children, Kid, Juvenile)   


31. Consumer Reports
by Consumer Reports
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7PH
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Cost is only one of many factors.
Some product reviews (particularly food) in Consumer Reports are out of wack with reality; e.g., how many people purchase mayonaise based solely upon cost per ounce?Taste and nutrition facts, I believe are more important - although they receive no consideration.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
I have subscribed for over 3 years now and use the information all of the time!!

3-0 out of 5 stars The virtues and defects of impartiality
Consumer Reports and its parent organization, Consumers Union, can seem a bit schizophrenic at times, which isn't surprising when you consider their mission. On the one hand, their role is to interpose some rationality between the urge to acquire and the products that are marketed to us with every possible appeal. They propose to do this by supplying quality information. On the other hand, they must be neutral, which means they can't editorialize about how stupid and irrational your motives may be, and they can't say anything negative about a consumer economy that is built on exploiting those motives. Thus, if a product makes a false health claim, they may go after it, but if you want to buy a carbon dioxide spewing SUV, then their fondest hope is to help you buy the best big, dumb SUV available. Fair enough: spare me that. I understand the rules of the game. But it does embody a contradiction: lies and tactics on one side of a certain line are ok; on the other, not.
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Subjects:  1. General    2. Home & Garden    3. Home Economics    4. News    5. Business    6. Retail   


32. Rolling Stone
by Wenner Media
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Founder and publisher Jann S. Wenner's brainchild remains the standard by which rock & roll magazines are measured, though even its most fervent boosters would concede there've been some growing pains for Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great buy!
After checking the exorbitant prices of foreign magazines and Billboard Magazine I love my suscription to Rolling Stone Magazine. Yes, I wholeheartedly agree with the good folks that say that too many uneventful acts are being given undue praise. And yes, obviously it is not the same magazine of yesteryears. I do recognize the fact that times are indeed changing all the time and Rolling Stone has changed as well. But seriously folks, where else you are going to find the awesome deal of a Rolling Stone suscription? Talk about affordable to the masses. Yes, I checked the prices for Uncut, Mojo, Melody Maker? (or something like that) and the prices were downright ridiculous. Not everyone has the inclination to dish out $9-$12 dollars for a sucription. Oh yes, the English have the edge, their magazines are sooo vital, no air between the ears type music journalism, more and more accolades for them and abuse and criticism for Rolling Stone. I agree some of their reviews such as James Brown's "Live at the Apollo" making it a 5 star album is just not so and I bought it for the review. All these Hip-Hop taking center stage, all these blank acts that have yet to make their mark, but hey, you know what? It informs you, it lets you know what is going on out there and once in a while some serious journalism is to be enjoyed. All the politics pisses me off but some of the more dark essays sometimes grab my attention, but here is the grabber: For the same price of the ridiculous expensive imported magazines you can buy a lifetime suscription from Rolling Stones! I mean, till the day you cross the treshold and all the earthly subjects will no longer have any bearing in the state of things. If you are 20 that is 40, 50, 60 years of delivery to your door. What does that break down to? Actually and I am no Mathematician but I am sure it breaks down to Zero for an all American Music Magazine. Take your criticism overseas because Rolling Stone is a great buy any way you slice it and you can take that to the bank. Some awesome reporters have graced the covers of this magazine so do not give me any flak and some great articles too! Boo Whoo, Boo Whoo, Rolling Stone is a great buy, now what?!

2-0 out of 5 stars Too bad they care less about music and more about what they think may be cool
I read rolling stone for the music and those who make it, not for some guilt ridden, agenda blasting editorial team that feels their politics (and guilt at being so much the establishment they wish they could hate) is something we should all read about at nauseum. when they stick to music, it's good, when they parade their shreiking political views, it's boring.
1-0 out of 5 stars One star reviewers are correct.
Anyone with a good taste in music will hate this magazine, as it only rates bad bands from bad genres good reviews and whatever good bands are listed, are often given bad reviews.Its all pretentious pop-culture drivel for the conformist, weak-willed mainstream American.
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33. Vogue
by Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Conspicuous consumption
I got this as a freebie along with W and it lasted only as long as I received it for one year.The use of fur and skins was nauseating and I couldn't have been more disgusted at the vapid, innocuous, 'insights' it offered.This magazine has no redeeming social value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Glossy Body Art
For me, the September issue of Vogue, with its 700 page issue, is more than eye candy. It's art. It's that simple. I no longer look at most of the fashion in the magazine, nor the models, as realistic, something that can ever transfer into my own life, nor would I want it to. It reminds me of trips to art museums where I can admire one painting half the afternoon, but it doesn't mean I want it hanging on my wall at home.
2-0 out of 5 stars Vogue is so OUT of vogue
A friend once said to me, "If you want a glossy that is a no brainer then get Vogue!"
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34. Daily Variety
by Reed Business Information
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00024N11O
Sales Rank: 763
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Insane!
Yes, Variety is great. That's a given. It's the gold standard in entertainment industry reporting.
5-0 out of 5 stars Entertainment Industry Savvy
If I had to pick one of the best magazines specializing in the entertainment industry, specifically the film and television industry, it is Daily Variety.
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35. Martha Stewart Living
by Martha Stewart Living
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars The best presentation
I love the look of this magazine.Such high quality.The overwhelming amounts of advertisements can be a bit much though.The photography and style is fantastic.They some how make everything from vases to flowers to all foods look compelling and beautiful.

4-0 out of 5 stars good things
Long time MSL subscriber.I get out my dec, dec/jan issues every holiday season to see what works for ornaments and decorations and such.I loved the cookie issue last year, definite keeper.Her projects involve time and materials, but you end up with something that will last, and instructions are generally very clear.I've seen that since her trial/jail, the high end advertisors have almost entirely backed out, which means adds for average joes, like me.I really appreciate the depth that the mag goes into a certain subject, even if its not a particular fave of mine.
4-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous magazine
I'm kind of a homebody -- I love making things, sewing and cooking, and making my home as nice as possible for myself, my kids, and my guests.When I found this magazine, it was love at first sight: crafts, easy sewing projects, home-made decorations and beautifully photographed meals, all in one spectacularly well-put-together magazine.To be honest, I always loved Martha's work but could never stand her show; now I can have all that her show offers (and more) without having to be annoyed by a tv programme.
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36. Southern Living
by Southern Progress
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005R8B5
Sales Rank: 26
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Half of My Family is from the South
I have or had aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents strewn all throughout the South. My dad is from Texas. For a New Englander like me that has always been quite a dichotomy. I have traveled and spent time in all 13 Southern states. Ever since grade school we were taught there were 13 Southern states based on those states that seceded from the Union during the Civil War. I am not sure what exactly constitutes Southern State theses days!
5-0 out of 5 stars Yes, I'm partial...I'm from the SOUTH!
So, you want to know where to stay, what to see, what to eat, how to get there, when to come, and who's who in the old South??? Look no further than the pages of "Southern Living," a superb look at everything new and old about the region.
1-0 out of 5 stars Southern Living No Longer "Southern"
As a member of a Southern family who treasured this magazine, it is with a heavy heart and a sense of loss that I have decided not to renew my subscription this year.Yes, I've always given the brides in our family a subscription as a gift, and waited eagerly for my issue to come in the mail.But those days are past.Southern Living Magazine has been offered to all states for some time now, and I believe this has caused the editors to try to appeal to a broader readership.This, in turn, has changed the recipe section into something one can find in any other magazine.Honestly, I do love all sorts of different cuisines, but in a magazine called "Southern Living", I expect to find wonderful and traditional Southern recipes!This magazine needs to go back to it's roots.From now on, I'll be giving new brides a subscription to Southern Lady Magazine, and that's what I'll be reading myself!I will miss the Christmas book, though. ... Read more

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37. Vogue Italia
by Edizioni Conde Nast Spa
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great for new fashion followers, passe for insiders
Italian Vogue is very avant garde, and features the world's best photographers, models, and designers.But it's been exactly the same for like 13 years.It even got overplayed a few years back, as the only magazine carried around by top stylists.It's definitely worth a one year subscription, but you may want to reconsider renewing it.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the BEST fashion magazines out there.
In a previous review I slated the incredibly banal American Vogue, and recommended Italia.Thank God Amazon.com now offers subscriptions.Although this magazine is "a little bit more" it is worth its weight in gold.Even if you can't read Italian, the fashion spreads more than make up for it.It is everything American Vogue tries to be...stylish, cutting-edge, progressive.Who reads American Vogue anyway? - There's nothing to read in it!You won't regret buying this magazine. ... Read more

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38. Vogue - French ed
by Editions Conde Nast
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5-0 out of 5 stars rocks.
magazine rocks. i took french in high school and i'm in college now, so i keep up with my french by reading this magazine among others. the price is iffy [esp if you're a poor college kid like me], but the magazine is REALLY great--the photos and the artistic value is worth it alone.

5-0 out of 5 stars For The Tops In Fashion, Plus Highly Collectible
French Vogue is a magazine which is published in french and is directed towards the people ofFrance, and anyone else who is interested in the tops in fashion, art, books, movies, as well as health, beauty, and fitness issues. Vogue is for the person who is either "In", who who wants to be. It is often heavy laden with photos and articles on celebrities, and contains the usual array of advertisements directed at the Jetset.
5-0 out of 5 stars lovin' it
I don't speak a word of french,and I barely read it, but I love this magazine!!! If you love fashion, get a french dictionary,I did, this is a magazine to savor! I have every issue since Ms. Roitfeld took over and will keep them forever! This magazine is very sexy, modern, french, well edited, up to the minute, bold, well designed(Fabian Baron) intelligent, I could go on and on, I've seen/get all the rest, including Vogue Italia, this edition has all the best stylists, photogs, and editors, I can't wait for the next issue! ... Read more

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39. Harvard Business Review
by Harvard Business Review
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Have Resource
What is wonderful about this magazine is that in just a few hours you get an in depth analysis of a changing focus topic.As I write this, I am staring at the July/Aug double issue-- on SALES.But it might be leadership, management-- whatever it is, its info that keeps me thinking for days without reading several books and a lot of fluff.The articles are direct to the point and the variety of authors and their views give you a lot to think about.This is a must have on that restless plane ride or any other occasion you want headlines and in depth thought provoking broad based coverage.

5-0 out of 5 stars business reference
it is the best management reference. answering questions that managers and researchers willing to know more about. opening amply opportunity to do things in propre way.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Cutting Edge
This is my third year as a subscriber - sometimes I wonder what I have missed before that. HBR is not about being the first to print the latest management trends or techniques. The majority of the articles involve a ton load of research spanning years and in some cases decades. The research covers numerous companies so that there is a justifiable amount of truth to what is being written. It would be tomfoolery to adopt these techniques and assume that they will automatically apply to your company or department without some sort of additional or complimentary technique. However HBR covers many of the different management styles with practical examples. Then occasionally they revisit an article that they printed eons ago, giving you a fresh insight on how accurate or even inaccurate they were in their research. Each month there is a fictional Case Study that tries to mimic the real world. At the end of each Case Study authorities in the case study field give their professional views on what should be done. Occasionally these fictional studies do reflect your own corporate trials and tribulations. There is the `HBR at Large' section and `Best Practice' covers real world practices and their thoughts on them. HBR will teach you a lot. You should know that you probably wouldn't read every article every month. You're looking at 125-175 pages per month and about 100+ pages of content per month - fine print!. Why Buy: Quite possibly the most impressive magazine to have on your desk when anyone steps into your office. It's inevitable, almost everything involves money and business - HBR greatly improves your odds with the business part. As a gift for the business minded person (corporate or entrepreneur) in your life - male, female, romantic, non-romantic. ... Read more

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40. The Week
by Dennis Publishing
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for
Remember when the dawn of 24/7 cable news networks seemed to be a godsend? Now we know that that led to 24/7 garbage (Breaking news now means a peek at the food menu served to the self-confessed and deluded killer of Jonbenet Ramsay, the elevation of trivia to news status to fill time on a slow news day, the absence of any sort of perspective or background, the application of insane levels of urgency to minor health scares, endless celebrity gossip, etc.). I had enough of this nonsense. All I wanted was a brief summary of what was important with some context thrown in. All the truly significant news can be relayed in a brief period of time; the rest is junk meant to fill in the time between commercials. More time spent on news does not mean being better informed because 24/7 news is simply obsession with the same few stories, repeated ad nauseum. I tried the Christian Science Monitor. They have excellent standards but it is expensive to get every day. I then tried this publication. It met my needs. You get a complete summary of everything that was important in the previous week's news with a minimum amount of fluff. Celebrities are lucky to get a paragraph, if anything, in the entire issue. You come away from this magazine (easily read in an hour) with a great overview of all that mattered in the previous week. International and world stories get much more coverage than what you see on CNN, FOX, or your local paper. There doesn't seem to be any bias that I could detect. Get this if you want to decrease your time spent on news but still be well informed. Move over, you stodgy Time and Newsweek magazines!

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential news without the bias or hype
The Week always seems to reflect at least three sides to every major story.

1-0 out of 5 stars DONT ORDER THISYOU WONT GET IT
ITS BEEN MONTHS AND I STILL HAVE NOT RECIEVED MY COPY OFTHIS MAGAZINE.THEY HAD NO PROBLEM CHARGING MY CREDIT CARD, BUT THEY CANT SEEM TO GET A COPY OF THIS WEEKLY MAGAZINE OUT IN UNDER A QUATER OF A YEAR. WHAT A BUNCH OF NONESENSE. ... Read more

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