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PaperLater Lets You Read Stuff Found Online, Offline

by Hazel Chua

Most publishers are going the digital route these days, from newspapers and magazines to tabloids, and books. While you can still get them in print, some publishers have chosen to make their content available exclusively on a digital platform. Then there’s content that’s available only digitally, like this post on Technabob, for example.

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If you’re old school and prefer reading stuff off screen and on paper, then PaperLater might be a service that you’d like to subscribe to. It’s a service run by the Newspaper Club that allows users to save online content for printing later. When you’re done adding articles for your own personal newspaper of online content, PaperLater will print it and ship it to your doorstep.

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PaperLater is currently in public beta and is available to users in the UK, but it will be available in more countries in the future.

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