Days of future past

When I was in college in the early 2000s, one of my journalism professors brought in a guest speaker to tell us about the future of news.The speaker pledged vague notions of Moore’s law of technological growth, of online subscription models and of foldable plastic broadsheets that would refresh every morning with the new day’s events. At the end of his speech, he pressed play on a CD he …

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