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- Current Issue:Issue 06 (3 in stock)
- Next Issue:Issue 09, due 04 August 2016
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- Median Age:35
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Emily Kayne - 23 March 2011
Hi there, my name is Emily Kayne and my favourite is Wired.I am a budding geek with a keen interest in technology and computing so this magazine is perfect for me. I love the feature articles they do, in the UK Feb issue, the story on “Your Life Torn Open” was a very smart way to get people thinking about what information they put about themselves online. In an age of ever changing technology and networking, many people are not aware of the underlying risks of putting what seems like innocent information on the internet. Once something has been uploaded onto the other wide world we call the web, it can always be found again, no matter how carefully you try and erase it.Its not all computing and technology, business and science also have a home in this wonderful publication. What actually IS in Marmite and why is it good for plants? How would you go about buying Chinese Artworks or cutting down a tree? What could a big hole in the Antarctic tell us about space? All of these questions can be answered in the varied and exciting magazine.I could go on all day about Wired, but I’m about to discover how to beat a polygraph test from the latest edition. Why you may ask? Well, hopefully you’ll never know!Emily Kayne