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Online circulation in the newspaper industry is gearing up. A newspaper today can be printed in Paris but delivered in Tokyo – that same very moment. Publishers can sell more copies, without ever printing them. A newspaper can be published in print, web, mobile and iPods – in the same go. Companies like http://www.pressmart.net help print Publishers in distributing their content on multiple delivery channels including web, mobile, RSS, podcast, social media and search engines over a seamless 360-degree full-service platform.

I like the portability of a print newspaper, especially as I'm eating a croissant with my espresso.

I'm with you on reading habits. For lack of time, I usually end up zeroing in snippets of news here and there online. And digital can be unlimited in terms of lifespan - always there (with a few, rare occasions).

I still am fond of reading print media like newspapers and magazines, as they were the information material that I got used to when I was young. Still I am beginning to shift to the newer media that is the Internet as I find it complete and easy to access plus my choices of articles to read are unlimited. Blogs for one tickle my fancy as I enjoy reading other people’s insights about random things.

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