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Topic 4 of 45: wired on wired or tired?

Sun, Sep 22, 1996 (11:26) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
Are you wired on wired or are you tired of wired. wired is one of the
webs most frequented news sources.

check it out at http://www.wired.com
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 Topic 4 of 45 [media]: wired on wired or tired?
 Response 1 of 4: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Sep 22, 1996 (11:33) * 11 lines 
 
The first time I saw Wired magazine on the newstand, with it's
phosphorescent , checkboard boarder and cutesy upper lower case name
(WiReD) I thought, "wow, a really hip, cool internet print publication."
Since then, the look has remained the same and it has expanded on to the
web. I still like wired but some of the novelty is worn off. I'm
ontheir mailing list so I get a synopsis of what's hot in the current
issue from time to time. Nicholas Negraponte's pontifications are
classic (the last piece in the magazine every month).

What' syour take? Are you tired of wired or are you wired?



 Topic 4 of 45 [media]: wired on wired or tired?
 Response 2 of 4: Bob Wilbert  (sunspot) * Thu, Dec  5, 1996 (12:22) * 3 lines 
 
Hohum. Tired of wired. I prefer Boardwatch

BW


 Topic 4 of 45 [media]: wired on wired or tired?
 Response 3 of 4: Josh Daniel  (joshd) * Thu, Dec  5, 1996 (15:02) * 1 lines 
 
Bob, what's Boardwatch?


 Topic 4 of 45 [media]: wired on wired or tired?
 Response 4 of 4: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Dec  5, 1996 (22:11) * 3 lines 
 
Not to steal his fire, but Boardwatch is the only magazine I absolutely must see
very month. It's got allkinds of sysop stuff (from the providers viewpoint) and
our boy Forrest has his own column. Great stuff.

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