I received email from two of my U of C colleagues about the inaugural issue of Blogger and Podcaster magazine. Personally, I wasn't terribly impressed with the content - doesn't seem like a needed publication, but if there's a market I guess why not?
What I was impressed with is the Olive Software used to deliver the publication. The name's vaguely familiar to me, so I suspect it's already made some inroads into the library world. What's neat to me is the level of interactivity it provides. You're able to easily access content from anywhere in the publication or link out to the web, and the advertisements can play multimedia within the page. In order to print or copy/paste you'll have to use the View menu, then choose Text Mode, but then you can get a nice clean print.
Subscription model for this publication seems to be as it should be too: Print: $79/year, Podcast (listen to the publication): Free, Digital Edition (Olive ActiveMagazine): Free.
I'm sure the whole thing has some issues with ADA, but it's the first online reader that made me think "Hmm, this is different!".
With Spring on the calendar (if not outside my window) you might be more interested in this example: Winding Road.