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I posted to my blog about Encyclopaedia Britannica no longer producing a print publication. The end of an era. Digital wins. What's next for them?
For 244 years, the thick volumes of the Encyclopaedia Britannica have stood on the shelves of homes, libraries, and businesses everywhere, a source of enlightenment as well as comfort to their owners ...
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Plus, it's tougher to sell apps door-to-door! In all seriousness, I don't think it's much of a surprise to see this happening. I just hope the infrastructure can keep up with our transition to a fully digital society. After all, many of our devices are battery operated, but everything needs a charge and will the electric grids be able to keep up? I have my doubts.
EB - A reliable source of fact. Google and Wikipedia the alternatives; ...well both of those sources have failed me several times...
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