The Free Intent Journals are become common and I think it is great. When they reach point of IT inelegance that they make their content available via RSS feeds then I put together simple code together with some kind of service that would mix all of them together and make all of them available from one page.
For now, people publish their Intent Journals, with different degree of professionalism and different degree of Moronity, still any diversify is a good diversity. It is a little upsetting the many of the Intent Journals try to imitate the stylistic and the stupid bitten paths of many famous printed journals but if it is what they do than it is what they do.
Somebody pointed out to me that a new Intent Journal became available:
I do not know who is behind it and I did not read yet the journal but the pictures glossy and the advertisements are screamy. I need to give a try to read form here an article or two. Generally this “Tone Publications”, since it is a new publication should be not as horrible as it will be next year. I remember when Six Moons first time pop up Srajan Ebaen was trying to convince his readers that he is “serious” but within a few months the content of his site degraded to the currently blossoming still-life pornography. Nowadays he reached of the “point of nothingness” when he openly admits that he does not give a damn about musical core of Audio and when he in his articles-reviews mentioned some “prestigious” classical musical performances then he did it only to get more credibility. Ironically it was exactly what I told about him a few years back, without even knowing him but juts reading this expressed thinking about audio elements.
Anyhow, here is what I would like to do: if you have any Free Intent Journal that you think worth to share then dump a link into this thread, particularly if the journal is new. Perhaps sometimes we will see something interesting in the Intent Journals…Rgs,
Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche