The difference between a scenemag and a professional magazine
Written by Adok
While professional magazines, such as Scientific American, The Times or Der Spiegel, contain small, medium-sized or long articles about always new topics, scene magazines usually contain way too long articles about always the same topics. These articles mainly discuss details such as "Is Ripping Lame?" and end with a clear, in the author's opinion absolute definition of the answer. The last sentence usually starts with "that is", "this is" or a similar phrase. This is the dominating type of article in a diskmag: the 'definition-article', whose main purpose is rather to fill space in the mag than to inform people.
This was another nice definition-article, which, fortunately, was at least not too long.
"montre-moi ton devoir, s'il te plait!"
"excusez-moi madame, mais, il ne me plait pas!"