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    Undoubtedly the Best

    Every time I buy this magazine, I am so tempted to quit my job and created the ultimate company where people are free to express their opinions and are able to see their dreams turn into reality. Then I wake up. BUT, Fast Company really keeps you on your toes. There's one word for it: inspiring.

    Human beings are the highlight of each issue. There's loads of articles and sidebars about people and their perceptions about business. There is an emphasis on people with technology-related careers, but there are also blurbs about everyone from pocketbook designers to gardeners.

    Great for people who are starting a new business, managers/owners...

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    Not just a magazine, a way of life

    It took me a while to figure out why I love Fast Company so much.

    I mean, it didn't take long to figure out it was very different from other publications -- the ones that focus on the personalities of business and finance or the transactions of business. I guess other business magazines had turned me off on the genre. Frankly, I don't give a rats whatever about who's merging with whom or anyone, and I mean anyone, who might be on the list of the richest people anywhere.

    Then a friend suggested that I read a particular article in Fast Company...It took me about a paragraph to realize I wasn't in Kansas anymore.

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    Is it for you?

    I read this magazine because I needed some inspiration for my drab worklife. I am the Manager of New Media at a respectable Advertising Agency. But, I don't get out much and this magazine keeps me involved in the latest and greatest ways of doing business.

    The feature articles seem to revolve around a monthly theme. This month it is "Speed". Articles include How to avoid burnout, How to speed up your IPO. It also case studies a day in the life of some Silicon Valley families (which makes me think- thank God I don't work there). My favorite features are the tidbits on real working folks with their favorite links and creative "job titles...

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