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It's hard to read anything these days because just about every publication feels the need to inject politics into its stream. Wired is one of the worst offenders but I consider some of their deeper articles the best written batch out there.. aside from the ones that Apple news promotes and badgers me to pay for access
Agree with the two other comments, very little actual content in their mag. 20 years ago it was my favorite though.
Wired is just a big disappointment now. If you remove the adds and political junk there is almost nothing left. The direction they decided to take is just sad. It was once enjoyable to read.

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Discount lock didn't apply to my Wired Magazine subscription.

They sent me an emailed apology saying they don't have to honor what I subscribed to.
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Discount lock didn't apply to my Wired Magazine subscription.

They sent me an emailed apology saying they don't have to honor what I subscribed to.
It's hard to read anything these days because just about every publication feels the need to inject politics into its stream. Wired is one of the worst offenders but I consider some of their deeper articles the best written batch out there.. aside from the ones that Apple news promotes and badgers me to pay for access
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It's hard to read anything these days because just about every publication feels the need to inject politics into its stream. Wired is one of the worst offenders but I consider some of their deeper articles the best written batch out there.. aside from the ones that Apple news promotes and badgers me to pay for access
Wired is just a big disappointment now. If you remove the adds and political junk there is almost nothing left. The direction they decided to take is just sad. It was once enjoyable to read.
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Agree with the above commenters on Wired - its printed neomarxist propaganda blabberings are immediately going to the recycling bin, as soon as they are received :-\

I'm still occasionally perusing their (older) online articles (that are available to me with their printed subscription), dealing with popular physics, astronomy etc.
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Love wired. This is a pretty great deal for it considering it is for 2 years!
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Agree with the two other comments, very little actual content in their mag. 20 years ago it was my favorite though.
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Just curious, may you guys provide any alternatives?

For my tech news, I frequently read through wired, theverge, wirecutter, engadget, and a few different subreddits here and there (not to mention the occasional peeks at digitaltrends and techradar, and surely almost all of them is as you have described here, but as far as print service goes, are there any other alternatives for tech news?
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It's hard to read anything these days because just about every publication feels the need to inject politics into its stream. Wired is one of the worst offenders but I consider some of their deeper articles the best written batch out there.. aside from the ones that Apple news promotes and badgers me to pay for access
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Wired is just a big disappointment now. If you remove the adds and political junk there is almost nothing left. The direction they decided to take is just sad. It was once enjoyable to read.
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Agree with the above commenters on Wired - its printed neomarxist propaganda blabberings are immediately going to the recycling bin, as soon as they are received :-\

I'm still occasionally perusing their (older) online articles (that are available to me with their printed subscription), dealing with popular physics, astronomy etc.
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Agree with the two other comments, very little actual content in their mag. 20 years ago it was my favorite though.
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It's hard to read anything these days because just about every publication feels the need to inject politics into its stream. Wired is one of the worst offenders but I consider some of their deeper articles the best written batch out there.. aside from the ones that Apple news promotes and badgers me to pay for access
Yeah. They're biased as hell. Some good articles though, and they'll be dead in a few years anyway, so I can't be too mad.
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Get wired if you want nothing but advertisements and leftwing propaganda. I cancelled it.
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Perfect. My previous Wired sub was expiring.
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What kind of stuff is wired posting that has you guys so upset? I've never read it.
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Just curious, may you guys provide any alternatives?

For my tech news, I frequently read through wired, theverge, wirecutter, engadget, and a few different subreddits here and there (not to mention the occasional peeks at digitaltrends and techradar, and surely almost all of them is as you have described here, but as far as print service goes, are there any other alternatives for tech news?
May not be precisely what you are asking for (printed tech-only news), but I used to listen to and respect Forbes' tech analysts opinions, since they openly advised against MS Vista back in 2006-2007 (unlike hundreds of sycophants and outright shills praising that disaster of the OS back in the day):
https://www.forbes.com/consumer-tech
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May not be precisely what you are asking for (printed tech-only news), but I used to listen to and respect Forbes' tech analysts opinions, since they openly advised against MS Vista back in 2006-2007 (unlike hundreds of sycophants and outright shills praising that disaster of the OS back in the day):
https://www.forbes.com/consumer-tech
thanks for the response! I do occasionally read forbes tech news, but sometimes i find them using the exact same copy as those on other websites, such as businessinsider or usatoday, etc, so it is rarely my go-to site for tech news. I did hear that they have been trying to hire new editors for the tech desk since 2019, so hopefully things have changed a bit. 2006-07 Forbes in internet history is definitely too ancient to go on as a credible reason as things these days change way too fast.

I still remember when theverge first came out in 2011 and they were young, hip, and tactful, however, in recent years, they have moved down the trend as well lining up with the advertisers.

I do hope that there will be alternatives in print media so that conde nast may improve their editorial at wired, otherwise, we are all missing out and becoming susceptible to more fake news. The competitions on the internet that I have mentioned don't seem to increase the quality of their reporting, but just allow more analysts to copy/paste and meet deadlines instead of writing genuine pieces that improve the quality of life for their readers. And I guess partially it is because the advertisers have taken over as the main source of revenue for these media companies as we, the original consumers, continue to search for free or cheap solutions on the internet and changing ourselves to become the product instead.
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