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- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a magazine (publication).
Editorially, though, the publication provides a familiar magazinelike mix of news, arts coverage and reviews, gossip, opinion, sports and games.
Nice, simple, effective design – dare I say magazinelike?
He had a fresh, magazinelike sensibility that the publisher, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, hoped to tap when he sent him to the newsroom to challenge traditional newspaper practices.
My favorite of these is Flipboard, a free app that creates a magazinelike layout from news sources, Twitter and other Internet streams that you choose and configure.
People ignore them on a Web site, he says, but on Flipboard's magazinelike layout they may seem more appropriate.
What is astonishing about OMG and Wonderwall's success is the lack of any aspiration to break news, while focusing on glossy, magazinelike packaging and photos.
Publishers are creating magazinelike products for these devices, but different mediums lend themselves to different reading styles, as the Web showed.
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