“Paper is dying, but it's just a device.” So says Nick Bilton, editor in the New York Times research and development lab. Bilton talked with Wired about what he sees as the future of news delivery, and paper, in his view,  is not going to go away, but it will play a smaller role in how we take in news. One way paper may survive, is as output from “newspaper boxes” that print out a personalized paper with embedded QR and sms codes for each article, that will lead to more in-depth digital coverage.

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