Here are the first 20 years of Wired covers in less than 30 seconds. I met Mark in 1993 around Wired's birth when we both worked at the magazine. I was Mark's intern! My first day on the job, Mark brought me downstairs to meet his wife Carla Sinclair who was editor of bOING bOING the print 'zine that I had been reading since 1990. Mark and Carla assigned me an article on the spot, handed me a half-empty bottle of Vasopressin, and we quickly became best pals. Ah, the good ol' daze.
U2 singer Bono is named among Glamour magazine’s women of the year in recognition of his campaigning for womens’ rights. The general reception runs the gamut from appalled dismay to despairing laughter. Bono said he was grateful, and that men “have to be involved in the solutions,” etc.
DON’T PARADE IN MY RAIN (via Metafilter) is a blog collecting scans of the magazines that were once our only guide to what’s on the box. Replaced by the digital menus provided by cable boxes, they often featured striking illustrations by artists such as Gary Viskupic.
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