Today, only about four of these magazines still exist. C/C++ User's Journal and Windows Developer's Journal are downright skinny at about 60 pages each. The only new computer magazines I know of in the past five years are for Java. Computer Shopper is downright pathetic-looking --smaller than Byte was in its heyday. I used to arrive home from work eager to nestle in bed with a couple-hundred pages of articles waiting on my nightstand. Nowadays I can get myself caught up in an hour.
Yeah, it's all out there on the internet, but I rather miss having someone else sift through all of it to deliver me just the stuff that's worth reading.
Maybe I need to hire a web-chauffeur. Someone who'll go through every programming site on the web and only show me the stuff I wanna read :)