An article in The New York Times on Wednesday, "The Thriving (Online) Shelter Magazine Industry," discussed the influx of online design publications, specifically Lonny, Rue, High Gloss, and Matchbook, since the folding of much-heralded Domino and long-standing magazines like House & Garden and Metropolitan Home. It was interesting to read because I feel I could have written it myself (although the way print publications see online media and vice versa is not one in the same). As a part of the interior design industry and the online media world, I've seen these digital glossies grow (and even fostered some relationships with their editors), so I most definitely do read online shelter magazines! It's almost hard for me to imagine my leisurely reading routine without them — even if it is hard to keep up with them. But of course that's not true of all of you; there's a huge demographic that doesn't even know these magazines exist. Do you read online shelter magazines?
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