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Any good magazines for Makers? Answered

Aside from the blatantly obvious Make, of course, what intelligent magazines are available for DIYers and those otherwise interested in a wide array of intellectual pursuits?

I've been looking at things like Nuts and Volts, Circuit Cellar, Pop Sci., and Smithsonian. Any other suggestions?

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randofo
randofo

11 years ago

If you can find it, there is a Japanese magazine called "Otona no Kagaku" which translates into roughly "science for adults". Not being able to read Japanese, I can't understand a darn thing in the magazine, but the pictures and illustrations are super-cool and they come with a nifty science kit. Mine had a mini LED wind turbine. Because of the kit, it is a little pricey.

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cerberustugowar
cerberustugowar

11 years ago

I have got Ready Made for about a year. I really like it and enjoy it. www.readymade.com I believe you can get a cheaper deal on the subscription through magazines.com. Check it out, it's good shizz

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Coffeebot
Coffeebot

Answer 11 years ago

I've been looking at it; the articles on their website were a little lacking, but that might be their way of teasing you into subscribing. I'll give them a good look :)