It’s been around a long time, but the new england entertainment digest has been a little longer than we thought. It’s a good thing we’re not doing anything fancy, but it sure is a step in the right direction.
The digest was started by an art director and a writer to fill the void left by the demise of the online magazine that we all loved, and that’s been replaced by a slickly produced magazine that is all about the “new” and “cool.” The new england entertainment digest is still online, but you can now get it by going to www.englandentertainmentdigest.com.
Digests have been around for a bit now, sort of “online versions of our print magazines (like this)”. The online version is called digest as opposed to digest online, and that’s where you’ll find our favorite features and articles, as well as news about our industry. Just like the print version, you can find a list of all of your favorite articles by going to www.englandentertainmentdigest.com/articles-list/.
Digests are great, but sometimes our online version is just as good. The online version has many more features, including full color photos of every article, a longer list of featured articles, and a short summary of each article. You can also browse through all of our content by going to homepage.englandentertainmentdigest.com.
And just like the print version, digests can also be found by going to www.englandentertainmentdigest.com.
If you’re a person who loves reading and has a high tolerance for bad language, then you’ll already know that we like to read online. But if you are looking for something a little more serious, don’t worry, you can still read all our articles online. The website contains a free article search engine that will help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
We also have a separate website on Engadget where we offer a more extensive content archive and a free e-book reader. You can search for articles online if you are not interested in reading in print.
The Engadget website is the official website for E! Entertainment’s digital magazine. This is the site where E! Entertainment News, E! News, Entertainment Weekly, Fanfare, E! Online and other entertainment content are archived.
The New York Times, as well as other publications like this, have a hard-copy archive of articles and e-books. These archives are online, but only to the extent that you can find them online. But you’ll find a separate Engadget archive on which we have a “Fantastic Reads” section which features many articles that were never published in print.
The Engadget archive has become a great resource for people who want to find out the latest news about movies, music, TV, books, and other entertainment in the world. This archive is also available through the Engadget app for your smartphone or tablet. You can save articles from the archive to your phone or tablet and access them at any time.