macdesign was but layers isn't.
I am picking up these on a semi random basis:
digital creative arts
practical web projects
computer arts projects
all are english and come with a cd. Each has a special focus each issue. $20 each.
Torn between the pencil and the mouse-wacom pen.
Mac Addict is superb
though i don't care much for macworld, IMHO there layout is to busy and has too many ads
There's a great one called iCreate that is full of detailed step by step tutorials. It's from the UK and comes out every 2nd month.
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iPod Mini first gen
MacAddict is pretty awesome. I've got 3 free issues from Apple and I'm thinking of purchasing a subscription.
"Without order nothing can exist - without chaos nothing can evolve."
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I've bought Macworld, Macaddict, browsed through Machome and iCreate. I do like Machome for all around stuff. I don't need to get too technical with things just know how to do stuff. Icreate is good for the same reason and nice magazine to read. I'm cheap as all get out so the price of icreate is a little much for me; edging up to around $15 for a magazine is a little much. Macworld I get from the library so it's fine and the price is right. Macaddict I can take or leave same as Macworld: too many ads. I feel like I should be getting the magazine for free when there is so much advertisement. Seems less like they are peddling their content than peddling the advertisers wares. Just my $.02.
Don't know if this counts but the french magazine "A vos mac" is the best Macintosh magazine I have ever read. Each issue is filled with tips, tutoriels, reviews on the latest freeware, shareware, open source apps, etc. If you can read french, this is definetly the magazine to get. I highly recommend it.