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The Future of Publishing

magazinesAs a proponent, participant and cialis rx willing adopter of generic viagra in canada the coming changes to the publishing industry, I just thought I'd link to this article.  I hate the word "futurologist" because no one can study what has not happened yet, but it's interesting nonetheless. 
 
Gist of article: The publishing industry is changing, barriers are crashing down, magazines are going out of business in tech-savvy places and tech-savvy demographics.  We'll see way less paper and way more content.  This is, on the whole, a great thing for consumers, a good thing for the environment, and a terrible thing for the established publishing industry. 

So, have a read, I don't think it's 'futurology' but I do think it's prescient.
 
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When will people learn
written by a guest, August 08, 2006
It's just silly to make up titles for yourself like that. And if you're going to, at least make sure they make sense.



I do agree that print in the traditional sense will have to find a way to alternative buy viagra adapt as computers and faster internet speeds become more ubiquitous. Currently I only receive the http://roguelephant.com/cheepest-viagra Sunday and Thursday papers as those days have coupons for groceries in them. The other days I get my news through the web. Plenty magazine also offers an "online only" subscription for a discounted price. I like the idea of online magazine subscriptions, less clutter, less waste, and it will be easier to create enriched content by including music, video etc.
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Little to no paper
written by a guest, August 15, 2006
PDAs and PCs are getting cheaper so emagazines could become the new norm in the future. Paper can be saved which will decrease waste. That is a good thing.
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never no paper
written by howard smith, February 10, 2007
I thin paper would never be eradicated ;D

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