Newspapers Need An iPod Moment

Newspapers Need An iPod Moment
Innovation
Guy Brighton
  • 10 october 2005

Writing in The New York Times, David Carr considers a futuristic newspaper reading device:

What the newspaper industry really needs is an iPod moment.

Consider if the line between the Web and print matter were erased by a device for data consumption, not data entry – all screen, no baggage – that was uplinked and updated constantly: a digital player for the eyes, with an iTunes-like array of content available at a ubiquitous volume and a low, digestible price.

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