The word subscription is a noun. Subscription means (1) the act of signing your name; writing your signature (as on a document), (2) a pledged contribution, (3) agreement expressed by (or as if expressed by) signing your name, (4) a payment for consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine for a given period of time.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word subscription.
- Hutchinson Encyclopedia
Users can browse a subset of the Hutchinson Encyclopedia at no charge. Access to the full 75,000 article content requires a subscription.
- American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
AARP is a special interest group that provides services, advocacy, and information for people 50 and up. Users can join on the website. Membership confers a subscription
to the AARP Magazine, offers for life insurance and other kinds of discounts, information on politics, and many other kinds of information. All of the AARP services and branches are described.
- CAS - Chemical Abstracts Service
CAS, located in Columbus, Ohio, is a division of the American Chemical Society. It is the producer of the largest and most comprehensive databases of chemical information. Its principal databases are Chemical Abstracts (CA), which contains over 27 million documents. CAS offers online, web-based, desk-top, print, and CD-ROM access to its databases, all available by subscription.
CSA recently joined with ProQuest, both worldwide information companies, to publish, in print and online, 100 full-text databases and journals in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and technology. Their products are used widely in academic libraries and other research organizations and are ordered on subscription. Each of the databases is fully described on the website.
This is the online website for the well-known British economics journal. The online site offers analysis of world business and current affairs, as well as news, an online forum for debating issues, city profiles, and more. The online site requires a subscription.
- EDGAR Online
EDGAR is a provider of interactive business and financial data on global companies to investors and financial professionals. The company has several subscription
options: EDGAR access, EDGAR Pro for more in-depth analysis, and I-METRIX which analyzes data by XBRL (extensive business reporting language). The website provides more information about how to access these programs and more.
Emusic had its origins in the early 1990s and became the first digital music subscription
service in 2000. It allows subscribers to own, not rent, their music. It is the largest service to sell tracks for MP3 players, which includes IPODs. Users can download the emusic toolbar to get a free download everyday. There is also live music and access to all the top charts.
eWeek is the online version of the print magazine, eWeek. It is a source for high tech news, updated continuously. It offers news, analysis, and technology evaluations and is aimed at business professionals to help them make the best decisions about electronic products. Also on the site are special reports by business sector, subscription
information, a job search, and more.
- Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young is a business management organization that helps with auditing, accounting advice, tax compliance and tools, legal advice, and more. There is also a Ernst & Young Online which is a subscription
service that offers access to tools and databases. Ernst & Young's services and descriptions of the sectors with which they work are described on the website.
- Food and Wine
The website for the cooking magazine, Food and Wine. On this site, users can watch video interviews and demonstrations with chefs. Also subscription
information for the magazine and recipes and other cooking, wine, and restaurant information.
Light Reading, established in 2000, is an integrated business media company serving the telecom community. They produce 6 online publications: Light Reading, Byte and Switch, and four others. They also offer online seminars (webinars) and publish several paid subscription
newsletters. Light Reading reaches the telecommunications industry from service providers to the business/financial community.
This website comes from the Institute of Physics Publishing. It provides users with nanotechnology news, products, jobs, events and information. The site also contains highlights of the latest Nanotechnology Journal, subscription
information, and how to submit a paper to the journal. There is also information of companies that use nanotechnology and the site can be searched by company name.
- Nature Publishing Group
Nature.com is the publisher of many journals including the popular title Nature, a prestigious journal that is one of the few that publishes articles in many scientific disciplines. The journals are available by subscription
and can be accessed through the Nature.com website. There are also many articles available free that are accessed by a subject search.
- Publishers Weekly
PW, a Reed Elsevier publication, is a major source of news and reviews about books. It is widely used by libraries and others in the book trade. Publishers Weekly Virtual Edition contains up-to-date book news, book selling, best seller lists, commentary, blogs, author interviews, deals, and much more. Both print and web versions are available by subscription.
This is the website for Scientific American, the oldest continuously published scientific magazine in America, founded in 1845. The website has many news stories and articles of scientific interest in all fields. Also subscription
information and information about accessing the archives.
- Science Magazine
Science Magazine is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science has the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed journal. Along with Nature, a British publication, it is one of the few journals to deal with scientific topics from all fields. The website provides selected material free; complete information and full access is by subscription.
Shockwave is a site for downloading games. Users can search by top choices, type of game, and new games. There are many games that are free, some that offer free trials, some that may be subscribed to individually, and also an unlimited subscription service that provides free access to hundreds of games.
- The Nation
The Nation, headquartered in New York City, was founded in 1865 to publish articles and information about politics and social issues from a non-partisan point of view. There are 47 issues per year. This is the website of the online version, which contains the articles in the current issue plus other articles and news of interest. With a paper subscription, users can access online archives.
Time.com is the online version of Time Magazine, a weekly magazine devoted to news, politics, and other current social issues. The online version, in partnership with CNN, contains latest headlines, blogs, quotes of the day, special reports, international and national news, business, health, science, and much more. Users can also find subscription
information on the website.
Wired.com is the website for Wired Magazine, which calls itself the first word on how technology is changing our world. Wired Magazine has been published since 1993. Sections include cars, culture, entertainment, politics, science, software and much more. Subscription
information for the print version is available on the website.
- World Book Encyclopedia
Online version of the complete reference work plus a dictionary, atlas, historical documents, and multimedia enhancements. Site content is available for use on a subscription
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