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Old 10-18-2012, 10:26 AM   #9
murraypaul
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I don't know. the Economist, Financial Times and other news papers, news magazines and the like have a paperless option for people to choose. It costs the same as the paper option (which honks me off) but it is there. I am guessing that I am not the only one to take the paperless option (why bother recycling all that stuff when I don't need to). They have not gone to totally paperless but I have a feeling that they would be fine if they chose that route.
You can get the Economist digitally for less than the print price through Zinio. Currently $127/yr, but was below $80 a couple of weeks ago. Newsweek is already available digitally at $30/yr.
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