• COVER:The Real Running Mates - Political spouses have traditionally wielded their influence in private. But in this race, all the rules will have to be rewritten
• HEALTH & MEDICINE: Beepocalypse Now? - Something is killing honeybees in record numbers. Three theories on why
• Hyper Kids? Check Their Diet - Research confirms a long-suspected link between hyperactivity and food additives
• SOCIETY: Video Games That Keep Kids Fit - Never mind kickball or soccer. Some schools are now getting kids to break a sweat with exergaming fitness centers
The Economist September 15 2007
The Economist is an English-language weekly news and international affairs publication owned by "The Economist Newspaper Ltd" and edited in London. It has been in continuous publication since James Wilson established it in September 1843. As of summer 2007, its average circulation topped 1.2 million copies a week, about half of which are sold in North America. Consequently it is often seen as a transatlantic (as opposed to solely British) news source.
Seventeen is an American magazine for teenage girls. It was first published in 1944 and is still in the forefront of newstand popularity among growing competition. The content of Seventeen includes information and advice about fashion and trends, celebrities, beauty – skincare, hair and make-up – and lifestyles. It also has a health section about nutrition and exercise, a sex and body section, and quizzes and horoscopes. The article length is kept deliberately brief, high quality photographs emphasize regular celebrity and clothing themes and it is well supported by advertising keen to reach the big-spending demographic of young women.
CosmoGIRL! is an American magazine based in New York City. The teenage spin-off of Cosmopolitan, it targets teenage girls and features fashion and celebrities. It is published 10 times a year and reaches 8 million readers. The editor-in-chief is Susan Schulz.
There are also editions of the magazine in other countries, including the UK, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong and Indonesia. Inside each issue, there is an interview and photo shoot with a current celebrity, various articles and embarrassing stories.
Cosmogirl includes a project known as Project 2024, created in 2002. It was named 2024 because that is when the youngest readers would be 35, old enough to run for President of the United States.
TIME Magazine (EDITION: EUROPE) August 27, 2007 Vol. 170, No. 8
• COVER: How Diana Transformed Britain (10 Years On) - From shy bride to passionate campaigner, Diana, Princess of Wales didn't just transform herself — she changed her country
• Waiting to be King (10 Years On) - Waiting to be King is hard, but Charles is making his mark
• William and Harry: Like Mother, Like Sons (10 Years On) - Following Diana's lead, William and Harry are redefining what it means to be royal
• ASTRONOMY: Galileo's Moon View - Newly uncovered sketches by Galileo offer a unique glimpse of a scientific giant in the throes of discovery
• ARTS: Bird Flight: Michael Ondaatje's Divisadero (Books) - The thrill and peril of Michael Ondaatje's new novel is that you never know where he's taking you next