We may soon start seeing customized newspapers.
It’s no secret that the newspaper business is slowly failing before out eyes. Now, in an attempt to continue doing business, the MediaNews Group, which owns the Denver Post, San Jose Mercury News and Oakland Tribune, is allowing users to print out their own customized versions of the papers at home.
It’s an interesting idea, but I personally would rather read a paper online than waste paper (and time) printing it out. Would you want a printed customized paper?
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Some Papers Offering Customizable, Printable Versions
- By: Tech JunkieMar 10, 2009