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The Newspapers of Old Had More in Common with iOS or Android Than With a Modern Publisher

from Medium

The first thing resembling a newspaper was probably a Roman Acta Diurna — meaning "daily acts." None remain, but they were believed to be distributed as stone or metal carvings. Not the most mobile of formats. Sixteen hundred years later we have Dutch corantos, "simply unedited compilations of reports ... written by the postmasters of the major European cities." Dirty aggregators, essentially. more


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