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This article was published on February 16, 2010


Magazine search engine Maggwire bridges the gap between old media and new media intelligently.

Magazine search engine Maggwire bridges the gap between old media and new media intelligently.
Charles Knight
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Charles Knight

Charles Knight is the editor of The Next Web Search. Charles Knight is the editor of The Next Web Search.

logo_betaI recently reported on news search engine Rayogram which eases the transition from old news media to new media by displaying images of famous newspapers with links to their online sites.

But what about magazines? Well, I’m glad that you asked. Here’s a video that introduces you to Maggwire, a magazine search engine with over 650 popular titles so far and more being added all the time. The site is drop dead easy to use, you just browse through the magazine titles or top articles and click through.

The intelligent aspect is a recommendation engine that learns about your tastes based upon the articles that you read and rate. A premium version is coming, but it’s all free for now, so give it a try and then come back and leave a comment.