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Blast is a lifestyle and tech magazine focused on us spoiled, rotten Generation Y kids born between 1978 and sometime in the early 90s. (And a few Generation X holdovers — think MTV before “The Hills,” Atari and baseball with long hair, mustaches and no steroids.) We’ve experienced Nintendo, AOL when it was dialup and all the girls in the chat rooms were models, Windows (or MAC), Doom on a 3.5″ floppy, boy bands, iPods, iPhones and college degrees that stuck us with a mortgage in student loans.
Blast’s contributors do music, movies, theater, video games, sports, fashion, sex, food and liquor for starters. We write about some of it too.
Blast is online. Don’t ask for the print edition.
Blast is a form of convergence journalism, looking to combine the quality of print journalism (and print journalists) with the convenience and unlimited space of the web.
Blast Magazine has blogs covering sports, politics, world news, national issues, poker and even food!
We also are in the process of launching a website that will let any Blast reader start their own blog!
Did you actually think 20-somethings weren’t interested in global news?
Blast’s Sachin Seth reports on the world, giving our Generation Y readers world news targeted toward them and written by one of them.
Blast Magazine senior political staff writer Trevor Timm keeps tabs on President Barack Obama day by day.