Mac OS X Lion is finally here, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time for John Siracusa’s 27,000-word review of this greatest of “big cats.” The article is absolutely terrific read, so we wanted to give you another way to strongly support such long and in-depth content on Ars.
We are pleased to announce the availability of Ars Technica OS X Lion magazine in e-book format, as well as in PDF format. There are two ways to get it:
Subscribe to Ars: Ars Technica subscribers get all kinds of perks, including a complete lack of ads on the site and full-text RSS feeds, for $ 50 per year, or less than $ 5 per month. But they also have access to PDF versions of our reports (usually more than 15 per month). In the case of Lion Journal, we make available to subscribers a combined archive of PDF / ePUB eBooks and MOBI eBooks free of charge (click on the link at the top right of any page in Lion Journal) . Print the article or read it on your Kindle or Nook or iPad – it’s included free with your annual subscription.
Buy the eBook: Don’t want to subscribe at the moment? You can purchase the Lion Review for $ 4.99 from Amazon.com and stream it instantly to your Kindle, phone, tablet, or PC. It’s part of our experience with e-book publishing; this is our second effort after our comprehensive HBGary / Anonymous eBook. As always, tell us what works for you and what doesn’t.
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