Start Your Day with Breakfast and the MAGIX Magazine
LONDON--(Business Wire)-- MAGIX Magazine is the latest creation by MAGIX, the Berlin-based provider of multimedia software and services. The blog features five different categories in which the authors write about anything to do with the digital and multimedia world, including information related to the company and its employees: music, digital trends, interesting websites or facts about MAGIX products. "Our aim is not to compete with existing tech magazines or blogs.What we primarily want is to make our readers' (digital) lifestyles easier and more fun through our tutorials, tips and information. And we want to do so in our very own way," Dr. Ulrich Hepp, mastermind behind the MAGIX Magazine, comments on the concept. Well-informed & up-to-date: The five MAGIX Magazine categories The "Digital" category features information on every electronic device under the sun. The "Info" category provides tips and tricks on an easier and better life with technology. Here you'll find advice that isn't necessarily related exclusively to MAGIX products. The "Life" category features a potpourri of topics related to the lives and surroundings of our editorial team. The "MAGIX" category focuses on the company, its employees and products. The magazine is not, however, intended solely as an advertising platform. Its aim is rather to help solve multimedia tasks and problems. The "Tutorials" section is especially important in this regard. Although the tutorials use MAGIX programs, they aim to explore problems and questions that relate to many different applications. MAGIX Magazine is a good choice for those who want to be the first to know about the latest digital news and trends. Why not read the magazine at breakfast so you can apply your newly-acquired multimedia knowledge throughout the day? Photos/Multimedia Gallery Available: http://www.businesswire.com/cgi-bin/mmg.cgi?eid=6372222&lang=en If you have questions about the magazine: Tom Schwarzer - MAGIX AG +49 (0) 3029392331 email@example.com Copyright Business Wire 2010
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