Apple is working to persuade newspaper and magazine publishers to subscriptions via a new iPad service. It hopes to do for papers what iTunes did for music. Here are some links to flesh out the story:
Wall Street Journal, owned by News Corp, a fan of paid-for content and involved in the discussions, has more on Apple’s plans.
The Economist provides some analysis, and plenty of comments after the stopper.
Some excellent pointers from Pentagram’s Luke Hayman, designer of, among others, Time, New York, and Travel + Leisure, on how magazine design & content might change.
Berg London on its Mag+ concept, an early example of design and a good showcase of how pad content will differ from print.
And Tech Digest reviews one of the best, current magazine apps, Wired.