September 8, 2008 in Publishing (E)
[prMac.com] Dubai, UAE - CENTIMETERCUBE, a Dubai-based architecture and design company, today announced the launch of Shufflegazine, a monthly magazine dedicated to all things Apple in the Middle East. Shufflegazine is a monthly magazine about Apple products such as Mac, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, and more, and the lifestyle surrounding the use of these products in daily life whether it's business or leisure.
Shufflegazine presents a unique profile in the Middle East market because it is written in both English and Arabic and it's entirely produced in the region. EmiratesMac Apple User Group previously published Shufflegazine under the name Shuffle.
Omran Al-Owais said about the launch of Shufflegazine, "As an Emirati it's important to me to read about what's happening around me, how products work here, and what people here are doing with the computers and gadgets they use. We want to offer all that to our readers, and do it in English and Arabic. We feel that Shufflegazine offers something unique in the Middle East to readers and advertisers alike."
Shufflegazine will continue where Shuffle has delivered since early 2007, in quality articles about Apple products, how people use these products in their lives and how business are run using them. The best in local news, commentary, reviews, tutorials, case studies, and more will be distributed to readers across the Middle East starting November. October will see the first issue of Shufflegazine be distributed in conjunction with GITEX in Dubai.
CENTIMETERCUBE, run by Emirati architect Omran Al-Owais, is a Dubai-based architecture and design company, which combines the best of traditional architecture and design with the latest, contemporary trends. This exciting fusion of old and new, results in more valuable, appealing, and environmentally sustainable buildings and developments in the United Arab Emirates as well as other areas of the Middle East. Combining architecture with design means CENTIMETERCUBE is in a unique position to create projects that are financially feasible as well as exciting in terms of their appearance.