About Wired Magazine
Wired Magazine is a technology-based magazine. It was founded 25 years ago in March 1993 by Louis Rossetto, Jane Metcalfe, and Ian Charles Stewart. The magazine is currently owned by Conde Nast Publications. The headquarters is located in San Francisco, CA. The magazine also has several spin-offs, including Wired UK, Wired Italia, Wired Japan, and Wired Germany. The current Editor-In-Chief is Nicholas Thompson. Wired Magazine releases issues on a monthly basis and has over 800,000 subscribers. The magazine is also responsible for the term “crowdsourcing”, which was first introduced by Jeff Howe and Mark Robinson in 2005.
The magazine publishes stories in multiple categories. Some of the categories are business, culture, gear, ideas, science, security, and transportation. Wired Magazine is all about technology, business, lifestyle, and thought leadership. Subscriptions are available for you to enjoy the content that is offered by Wired. For print plus digital access, it is $29.99 for one year. This subscription includes unlimited browsing on Wired.com, print subscription (released monthly), the digital edition of the magazine, and free exclusive Wired YubiKey. The digital-only subscription is $19.99 per year and also includes unlimited browsing on Wired.com, the digital edition of the magazine, and free exclusive Wired YubiKey. The YubiKey is a hardware authentication device. There is also a Wired website that allows you to view some articles, photos, and videos for free.
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