Gallery: Condé Nast to Roll Out iPad Versions of Wired, GQ and Other Ma...

 

Publishing giant Condé Nast – meet tech bohemoth Apple. Condé Nast is set to announce today in an internal memorandum that it will start testing out iPad versions of five of its most popular magazines. If all goes well, readers will be able to read Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Glamour on an iPad by this summer.

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  1. greentea_minku June 30, 2010 at 11:54 pm

    I understand the pollution that can be generated from paper production but the manufacture of electronics must generate a great deal – especially considering the CO2 emissions related to the importing and exporting all the different parts in electronics. As well, how about the e-waste? It doesn’t biodegrade and it is very rare that it’ll be recycled or discarded properly.

    I think each side (paper or electronic) has it’s pros and cons. We should consider both sides of the story before condeming paper just because paper’s an easy target or the thought of inconveniences without electronics leads us to be more ignorant of the cons.

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