Instead of reading complete books like I used to, I’ve become more of an article man these days. Send me to Barnes & Noble, let me collect a few periodicals on the topics that I enjoy, and I’ll be as happy as a clam. Of course, I must also have a Pumpkin Spice Latte in my other hand, but that’s beside the point. Articles (and magazines in general) are just short enough to make reading quick while at the same time educating you on what you want to know without a whole lot of fluff. No longer do you have to hold a physical publication in your hands in order to get the article experience. FindArticles gives you free access to millions of articles from a variety of publications.

Either browse or search for what you’re looking for, and once the results come in, you can easily sort them in any way that you would like. With millions of articles in the database, a good system of finding what you want is vital. Some of the articles even date back to 1984, so I guess you could say that the collection transcends time. In regards to computing and technology, I found a bunch of good articles from publications such as PC Magazine and ExtremeTech. I’m still at least going to need the Pumpkin Spice Latte for this to even come close to the experience of heading out to the magazine stand.