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The Great Seduction: 2009: The end of print

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2009: The end of print – Andrew Keen

“It promises to be the tipping point of tipping points. As I argue today on Internet Evolution, 2009 is going to be the year in which the old print media industry — newspapers, magazines, even books — collectively falls off the cliff: “

via The Great Seduction: 2009: The end of print.

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