Tuesday, December 11, 2007
The Week reports:
"Few of us have time to read one newspaper from cover to cover, let alone the hundreds of newspapers and magazines published in the UK and overseas every week. Britain's daily and Sunday newspapers amounts to around 5,800 pages. Almost ten million words. Every week.
"So, keeping up to date with what's happening - and understanding all the issues behind the headlines - is difficult, if not impossible."
"The Week distils the best of the British and foreign press into 35 pages."
I find it an excellent way to keep up-to-date with a wide spread of world issues. There is a 6-issue free trial on the web site, and various subscription offers.
Me, I get them for free by taking them off my best friend when he's finished with them.
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