tech. magazine: issue 11 – all the stories in one place

tech. magazine: issue 11 – all the stories in one place
Anyone for elevenses?

So, you have a copy of tech. on the iPad but the editorial journey doesn't stop there. You may have noticed the many fantastic quotes we have in the issue. Well, now you can read the whole articles that we referenced - there's over 50 to choose from! Below is a list of content section by section. Enjoy.

Debrief 1

The week that the internet got hacked

John Hermann: Buzzfeed

Charles Arthur: The Guardian

Reporter: Channel 4

Maria Korolov: Internet revolution

Connor Simpson: The Atlantic Wire

Debrief 2

Netflix puts its TV cards on the table

Joseph Adalian: Vulture

Rebecca Greenfield: The Atlantic Wire

Fred Wilson:

Julianne Pepitone: CNN Money

Peter Sciretta: SlashFilm

Mark Sweney: The Guardian

Andrew Wallenstein: Variety

Brian Stetler: NY Times

Eric Limer: Gizmodo

Graeme McMillan: Wired

Debrief 3

Surface Pro breathes life into Windows 8

Dan Gillmor: The Guardian

David Pierce: The Verge

Harry McCracken: Time

Walt Mossberg: Wall Street Journal

Daniel Etherington: Tech Crunch

Nicole Perlroth:NewYorkTimes

Tim Wu: New Yorker

Talk: Insight

John Herrman, Buzzfeed

Claire Evans, Aeon

Andrew Cunningham, Ars Technica

Farhad Manjoo, Slate

Matt Soniak, Mental Floss

Talk: Inform

Bob Lord: Twitter

Charles Arthur: The Guardian

Michael Mimoso: Threat Post

Liat Clark: Wired

Cyber Breach

Bill Gertz: Washington Free Beacon


Hot Hardware


Extreme Tech

PC World




Tech Crunch



James Trew: Engadget

Kelly Hodgkins: The Unofficial Apple Website

BrothaTech: App Scout

Mark O'Connell: The Millions

Jane Douglas: Outside Box

Tom Keogh: Seattle Times

Chris Scullian: CVG

Marc Chacksfield

Marc Chacksfield is the Editor In Chief, at DC Thomson. He started out life as a movie writer for numerous (now defunct) magazines and soon found himself online - editing a gaggle of gadget sites, including TechRadar, Digital Camera World and Tom's Guide UK. At Shortlist you'll find him mostly writing about movies and tech, so no change there then.