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(I traded him old copies of The Economist for his old copies of New Scientist.

A fair trade, I'd say.) I have been a longtime subscriber to Scientific American -- going back fifty years, I'm stunned to realize -- and find that I'm more eager to read the New Scientist than my old standby.

But now I am a NYC resident, can join the NYC Library, and subscribe to the "New Scientist" and read it any time I want at home.

New Scientist is a lot of fun to read and keeps you up to date with some of the newest science being done. It doesn't approach Scientific American in its depth, complexity, or "sciency" language, but it's popularized rather than dumbed down. I'd say it probably is not as simplified or "newsy" as Discover (which I also read and enjoy), putting it in a nice middle category of science for laypeople magazines. It has a "this week" section which covers a few topics in short fashion (1/2 to 1 page articles), then an "In Brief" section which covers more topics, um, in brief (usually 1/4 page articles).Scott Morrison I've read many, many science magazines from "Discovery" and "Scientific American" through professional journals (astronomy and computer science) and I can say without qualification that "New Scientist" is the very best.The quality of writing is high and the articles are cutting-edge science, plus an "Inside Science" in-depth feature (the issue I'm currently reading has a lead-in to its 'Inside Science' article: "They eat stars for breakfast. But do black holes really exist and what would you see if you fell into one?There are a few pages of brief Technology articles (1/3rd to 1 page articles), a science-based editorial, an interview or two, and then several longer, in-depth articles, including the cover article.These are usually 3 or 4 pages with the cover article 4-6 pages.

New Scientist is a lot of fun to read and keeps you up to date with some of the newest science being done. It doesn't approach Scientific American in its depth, complexity, or "sciency" language, but it's popularized rather than dumbed down. I'd say it probably is not as simplified or "newsy" as Discover (which I also read and enjoy), putting it in a nice middle category of science for laypeople magazines. It has a "this week" section which covers a few topics in short fashion (1/2 to 1 page articles), then an "In Brief" section which covers more topics, um, in brief (usually 1/4 page articles).Scott Morrison I've read many, many science magazines from "Discovery" and "Scientific American" through professional journals (astronomy and computer science) and I can say without qualification that "New Scientist" is the very best.The quality of writing is high and the articles are cutting-edge science, plus an "Inside Science" in-depth feature (the issue I'm currently reading has a lead-in to its 'Inside Science' article: "They eat stars for breakfast. But do black holes really exist and what would you see if you fell into one?There are a few pages of brief Technology articles (1/3rd to 1 page articles), a science-based editorial, an interview or two, and then several longer, in-depth articles, including the cover article.These are usually 3 or 4 pages with the cover article 4-6 pages.The above graph displays service status activity for over the last 10 automatic checks.