- Internet Valley Top 100
Computer Magazines has an interesting selection of mainly US
magazines. There is also a
- Home Page of EMAP, the publishers
What Personal Computer
This site includes many of the Web and Email addresses mentioned in the magazine
including the complete
What's On section
- PC Pro
- Futurenet is a comprehensive
site created by Future Publishing, the publishers of many
magazines including magazines for Amiga, Mac and other platforms. You
need to register, but registration is free. Once you have registered, you
can bookmark through the registration process. Some that may be of
.net magazine printed a screenshot which included this link to
magazine - whoops!
- VNU Business Publications Ltd maintain a
site for their publications, including
Personal Computer World,
What PC? and
internet world. Again you
need to register, but registration is free.
- Paragon are
publishers of a number of computer and Internet magazines including
- CD-ROM Online has full
text and at least one image from every CD-ROM they have reviewed
- The UK magazine Computer Shopper.
You now need to register but
registration is free
- HotWired Magazine
- NetSurfer Digest - Web of Wonder
- the WEB Magazine
- Ziff-Davis UK,
publishers of the UK editions of
Publishing (US), publishers of the US editions of
- PC Today (US)
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