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Say hello to the Read & Trust Magazine

Enter the Read & Trust Magazine. Rather than the weekly emails that you’ve been used to, the Read & Trust Magazine will now be a monthly collection of articles from five contributing members. The text is still the star, but the content will be delivered in a way that is better for everyone.

Sounds really promising. I think I’m in. The line up of writers is really great.

Offscreen Magazine Issue 3

In our third issue we talk to CSS-wizard and Internet nomad Chris Coyier, Australian bootstrap-entrepreneur Collis Ta’eed, ex-Google designer and Avocado co-founder Jenna Bilotta, creative visionary and Facebook designer Wilson Miner, Smashing co-founder und editor-in-chief Vitaly Friedman and Happy Cog’s Philly-based president Greg Hoy.

Just ordered my copy of the third issue of the amazing Offscreen Magazine by Kai Brach. Loved the first two issues and am really looking forward to the new one.

Offscreen Mag Fotos

Ich habe einige Fotos für das Offscreen Magazine gemacht. Hier eine kleine Auswahl. Mehr Bilder gibt’s in der Flickr Gruppe oder bald auf Offscreenmag.com als Download.

Offscreen Magazine Issue 2 is available


In our second issue we speak with the legendary Iconfactory founder Gedeon Maheux, Berlin’s Wunderkind Christian Reber, robot-inspired app maker Mark Jardine, Sketchnote artist Eva-Lotta Lamm, retro-game designer Shaun Inman and British Software entrepreneur Dan Counsell.

Issue No2 of my favorite print magazine is out.
No1 was amazing and I’m excited about the new one. Alongside great guys like Shaun Inman and Mark Jardine, there is also „our“ Marcel in it this time.
Do yourself a favor and go ahead and buy it. Or better, buy a 1-year-subscription. It’s worth it.



Beautiful Magazines

Niemand weiß bisher so wirklich was es wird, klar ist aber das die digitale Magazinwelt mal einen wirklich guten, neuen Service gebrauchen könnte. Dann muss man sich Fotoespresso vielleicht bald nicht mehr als langweilig PDF angucken. Zeen.com ist wohl offenbar von den YouTube Mitgründern.