Song of the Day 10/21/2009

October 20, 2009 at 9:07 pm (qotd, Uncategorized)


On this day in 1908 – A “Saturday Evening Post” advertisement offered a chance to buy a two-sided record from Columbia.

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Question of the Day:

What magazine do you read consistently and why?



  1. enochfreeman said,

    Wired. I love that magazine. I can’t open it without learning something new. And they keep it fun.

    Perhaps I should get a subscription…

  2. nattya61 said,

    I haven’t read a physical mag in a long time. As a kid I read Seventeen, YM, and Omni, then I graduated to Cosmo, Marie Claire, Time, and People. I had a subscription to Entertainment Weekly for a long time. Now, I don’t really have much time to read magazines. I still get the occasional Baby Talk in the mail, but it’s kind of annoying, so I mainly just stick to blogs and webzines (Ozarks Bazarre!).

  3. Emily said,

    I don’t have much time for mags either, but I have a subscription to the Rachael Ray magazine. I like this time of year especially, with all the yummy seasonal recipes.

  4. amber said,

    None. I do read articles on occasionally-there is always a unique perspective about SOMETHING i find interesting on there.

  5. Shannon said,

    Game Informer. A limited time subscription to the magazine came with my purchase of the GameStop discount card.

    • Kevin said,

      My subscription to this is getting ready to run out. It’s only good for 12 to 14 issues, I forget.

  6. Bridget said,

    I get Real Simple, but my life is too lacking in simplicity to ever find time to read it… 🙂

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