Wired, ironically enough, is probably the only magazine I read in print nowadays. I love how far their coverage expands. They report on all things tech-related, from vintage toys to nature photography, smartphones to military technology (which was particularly interesting to read while I was working at West Point). And as the world of technology only grows larger, so does Wired's reportage.
Today, in honor of the 20th anniversary of their print magazine they came out with a really cute oral history about its beginnings and its growth. Check it out, even if you don't know the magazine or don't think it's of any interest to you. There's really something for everyone in there.