The Peculiar Challenges of Archiving Newspapers in the Information Age

Stefanie Augustine
Chicago Reader | July 7, 2009
Newspapers are practicing a journalism that will probably turn out to be as different from tomorrow's as it is from yesterday's. Transitional periods are fascinating as they happen and damned hard later to reconstruct. How complete will the record be of this one?

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