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Why should you buy a subscription?
This is a great magazine for anyone interested in current affairs and culture with a scientific twist. Taking a close look at state-of-the-art developments in science, technology and the Internet, a Wired magazine subscription investigates how these discoveries and inventions have an impact on every aspect of our lives, from national health to international politics.
You'll find intelligent debates on a number of science and technology topics, including robots, prosthetics and physics, as well as a unique insight into the future developments that will shape our lives in the years to come.
A subscription to WIRED magazine provides a broad range of topics including technology, ideas, design, architecture, culture, business, the economy, politics and philosophy!
WIRED is a full-colour monthly magazine that reports primarily on the effects of science and technology. It is a magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need, and want, to know what’s next. The magazine reports each month from the future as it happens and each issue delivers stimulating and compelling content along with stunning design and photography.
WIRED UK was launched in April 2009 as a British version of the successful WIRED publication in the USA and is the only other international version available.
If you want an inside track to the future then, WIRED is your magazine.
Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.
I’ve never been a fan of glossy gossip titles – in truth, I prefer my magazines to have a bit more edge to them. Take Wired, for example. It combines technology, design, culture and business with some really strong features. It’s an intelligent read that gets your brain ticking. I suppose I’ve always enjoyed boys’ mags more than girls’ – they offer a bit more bite.