Published on 8th December 2005 by
Originally Posted by AwokenTiny typo, ironically in a paragraph about the lack of accuracy in IT journalism:
"I was really struck but his thoughts on print IT magazines"
Time for a quick edit?
Originally Posted by CheeseI'm sure it was put there for irony ;)
I can say fairly safely that we're not about to print a magazine any time soon
Originally Posted by Reaper_UnrealI often find that the content on bit-tech is better written, newer, and more accurate than this magazine.
I'm a great believer in the high moral ground
Originally Posted by Matttaww but you know we want you to!
Originally Posted by NatureJust look at the blinking baby at the top of the screen and tell me thats not proffesionalism....
Originally Posted by BindibadgiBut there are so many advantages to the internet:
To-the-minute tech news (well, almost)
International news, and international appeal
True, we may not have UK tailored articles but we enjoy having the strong Anglo-US majority, followed closely by EU, but we also have a multinational readership. But then again, we have an international team of people. Without it we couldnt bring you the best mods from every corner of the planet.
I think the most overriding factor is: It's free
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