All Things Digital - annual subscription

All Things Digital - annual subscription

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by Dow Jones & Co.
     
 

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All Things Digital is devoted to news, analysis and opinion about the digital revolution. Co-edited by Walt Mossberg and

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Annual Subscriptions Now Available! Select the annual subscription option when you order on your NOOK HD and HD+ or on BN.com to enjoy one low price guaranteed for a full year. Offer available in the U.S.

All Things Digital is devoted to news, analysis and opinion about the digital revolution. Co-edited by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, All Things Digital features product reviews, breaking technology news, media industry trends, and exclusive interviews with CEOs and innovators. AllThingsD.com is the online extension of the annual "D: All Things Digital" conference founded by Walt and Kara and attended by the digital elite.

Product Details

Publisher:
Dow Jones & Co.
# of issues/year:
260
Delivered:
Daily
Current Issue:
January 2, 2014
Format:
NOOK Newspaper
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All Things Digital 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 105 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Many articles are constantly duplicated - even within the same issue. And more often than not it seems that the subject is the iPhone and/or Apple in some fashion. Not that I want Microsoft, but there's more to the tech world than either.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The presentation on the nook is great. It's clean, simple to navigate, and easily read which are the only saving graces. Otherwise, there seems to be a heavy emphasis on Google and Apple and only a light glossing on other tech-related topics. Only a small sector of mindless drones fanatically care about Google and Apple. The rest of the population doesn't care as much, so cramming at least three or four articles on either company or having to mention them in other unrelated articles is rather overkill, if not downright offensive. This ePeriodical should be free considering you can go to their website, allthingsd.com, and get pretty much the exact content for free; just in color and laid out differently than the eReader version. The content itself is overall rather bland, uninspired, and uninformative which also justifies why it should be free.
DavidFGuild More than 1 year ago
The content is top notch and a great summary of current events occurring in the digital world. I look forward to each issue. I would mention that captions don't reflect pictures distributed in this version (to the left is x and pictured to the right is Y). Unfortunately both pictures are not published in the eNewspaper edition. Also, pictures are published under the headline at the beginning of the article without mention of who that is. Sometimes it is the author however a few times I have seen a picture and the writer's name is clearly of the opposite gender. I don't mind the content being the same as the online version, however they need to pay more attention to the eBook version's content, most notably the pictures published. Besides that its well worth it and you cant beat the price!
semperlux More than 1 year ago
Everything in the two issues that I read through could be found on the web easily. I remember receiving tweets that were just as informative as some of the articles foound in this publication.
Mikedminor More than 1 year ago
This is useful as a summation to tech industry news and trends. There is nothing here that is unique or that cannot be garnered though other means and with less bias in many cases. Walt Mossberg is an apple fan first tech fan second and this is reflected in most of his writing here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this publication. Hopefully the new Recode group will choose to create a similar daily publication very soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this would be a mix of business and tech news. Unfortunately it is just business news about tech companies.
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Repetitive content and not very tablet worthy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Content is good, but seems to be a 'printout' of the WSJ all things D rss feed. Often articles will repeat from day to day. It will reference a link saying "see more here" and then not give the link. Expected better.
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I keep canceling this subscription but it keeps showing up as active. I sincerely hope I am not being charged for this useless paper with information readily available via any FREE tech blog.
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Almost all articles are already available in the web. Waste of time and money. Two stars for making an effort in ebook format.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hoping that a subscription to All Thing Digital (ATD) would provide more useful information. It does occasionaly have something useful, but I can get the same information from ATD for free via Pulse on my Nook Color. I guess I got what I paid for.
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