I'm a real magazine addict. I have been for a long time. Everything from Bloomberg Businessweek to Wired to Oprah and yoga magazines. You'll have noticed a lot of blog posts are inspired by my addiction. However, I buy them at a faster rate than I usually have time to read them, so I look forward to transatlantic flights when I can get through 10 or more. If you're sat next to me, there's a tearing sound every few minutes as I rip out pages that I find interesting.
I have two tricks, one which lightens the load and one which means the pages don't hang around forever. First, as we get to the gate, I rip the whole magazine vertically along the spine at the page I'm at, and leave the front part which I've read for trash. That way I'm only carrying the half I haven't read yet.
Second, whenever I stop, I make it a habit of working through the pile from top to bottom. I wishlist on Amazon any books I want to read or products I want to look at later as potential purchases. I look up any websites I've got interested in. I write blog posts which are inspired by the pages, and store them in an email for later. I end up with a few pages for filing later, and a big pile of ripped in half pages for the trash. I've been known to do this in airport lounges on layovers - the secret is to do it quickly, before you forget what the inspiration was.