Evertons is still doing its print edition, too. Ancestry (published by Ancestry.coms owner, The Generations Network) also publishes both on paper and digitally, as does Internet Genealogy. Digital Genealogist is available only online.
I was proud to see Dicks description of Family Tree Magazine as a combined online and offline magazine.” Thats what were going for: Weve found readers are accustomed to getting information in a variety of ways, so were responding with extra online content, our weekly E-mail Update newsletter, back issues and special editions on CD, digital downloads of our State Research Guides, our blogs and online Forum, online videos and our recently launched podcast.
The entire publishing industry is caught up in the digital vs. print discussion, with some swearing it’s just a matter of time before all print publications go away, and others insisting people always will want to curl up with a paper magazine or book.
Many who commented on Dicks post said theyd rather read paper. What about you allwould you read a digital version of your favorite genealogy magazine?