I have been a regular reader of Wallpaper* since 2000. Of course it has not been the same since Tyler Brûlé left, but I still have felt up-to-date by reading it. It is the kind of magazine I by to take on the plane or take to a nice coffee shop, feeling - for half an hour - that one is part of the cool crowd.
However, I have not bought the newest edition and came across it in the public library and I browsed through it. The experience of reading a well read copy in a public library does not give you the experience of belonging to the cool crowd and I understood that I do not read it because of all the interesting articles, but because I feel it have, or at least had, a certain image that did me good. Perhaps it is time to stop.