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Friday, 18 May 2007 19:03

E-paper in Seattle within 2 years

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Coming to a tabloid near you


Do you remeber
LG.Philips e-paper we talked about a few days ago ? Well, the Hearst Corporation is wasting no time and it plans to test it in Seattle within two years. The first guinea pig will be its Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Damn, now that is one hell of a name for a paper.

 
Newspapers and media companies around the world are developing their own versions of an e-paper, but it seems that this LG.Philips/Hearst contraption will beat them to the punch.

Now we can all look forward to pop ups and psychedelic banners with our breakfast and coffee, and this also brings new meaning to the phrase "not worth the paper it's printed on".

More on Crosscut Seattle, here.

Last modified on Friday, 18 May 2007 19:15

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