Do you still read print magazines?

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Rarely. I skim some at the Dr's. office.

I do not order any 'War' print mags anymore.
 

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Occasionally, Consumer Reports and very very occasionally Field and Stream.

Everything else I read now-a-days is digital or online.
 

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I keep subscriptions to things I like.

Heavy Metal
Hi Fructose
The Creeps
Imagine FX
 

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I have heard of only one of those items. Heavy Metal.
 

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The only active print magazine subscription I have is for the US Naval Institute's Proceedings.

I used to subscribe to the Economist-best news magazine out there in my opinion but I let it lapse as i didn't have time to read it.

I have a stack of old Command and Strategy & Tactics I pull out and read every now and then.

Will read Field and Stream, National Geographic and Car & Driver at Dr. or Dentist office.
 

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Glad to see Heavy Metal is still around. I used to subscribe back in the 1990's.
Hi Fructose is a contemporary art magazine with an edgy vibe. It can be kind of hit or miss, to be honest.

The Creeps is the spiritual successor to the old ‘70s pulp horror mags from Warren Pulishing, Eerie and Creepy. It’s generally pretty good if you like short stories, and many of the old artists and writers have returned.

Imagine FX is a magazine for artists.

Heavy Metal is still alive and well, though it’s progenator, Metal Hurlant, is long gone.
 

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I only buy about 1 in 2 of New Scientist (weekly), depending upon the articles. At one time I bought a newspaper daily, New Scientist every week and 3-4 monthly magazines.
 

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I still read SkyNews, but only because it's a perk with my astronomy club membership.
 
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