Flipboard has allowed smart phone and tablet users to aggregate digital content for a while, but it now allows you to publish your own digital magazines without any design skills.
Walt Mossberg takes a look at version 2.0. (Photo: Flipboard, Inc.)
One of the best ways of following topics that are interesting to you is Flipboard, a popular app for Apple and Android mobile devices that automatically turns social-network posts and news from online publications, into beautiful, magazine-like pages you “flip” through by swiping.
Now, a new second generation of Flipboard, out Tuesday, is extending the app so it allows users to create and share their own handsome digital magazines with a few clicks and without any design talent required. If you make your magazine public,