Wikipedia is approaching 200,000 entries, all contributed, edited, and vetted by volunteers. Who would have thought the Internet would not only destroy the business model for encyclopedias, but would also come up with a better, faster, cheaper way of making them?
On newsstands today: The first issue of Mobile PC. Inside: more than 50 products, reviewed in-depth and with sass, style, and smarts. A Wi-Fi makeover of 3 different houses. Maps showing national coverage for the top 6 cellular carriers. A guide to keeping your wireless and mobile devices secure. And a notebook dipped in chocolate.
Our web site is here, but the issue’s content won’t appear there for a few days. Get yourself to a newsstand — or a Barnes & Noble, Safeway, or Walmart — and pick up a copy. Then let me know what you think & what you want to see in future issues: dylan at mobilepcmag.com.