Post Profile

Closing the Book: Encyclopedia Britannica Goes All Digital

O, brave new world that has so few paper products in it! The earth’s best-known encyclopedia (or encylopaedia, if you want to be all proper about it) announced today that it is producing no more print editions. Like so many newspapers and publishing houses, Encyclopaedia Britannica is going completely digital—after 244 years of providing some [...]
read more

See more about: Encyclopedia Britannica

Related Posts

Encyclopedia Britannica To End Its Print Edition After 244 Years

Humor : The Presurfer

image credit As books lose their lustre in the age of the iPad and the Kindle, the oldest manufacturer of encyclopedias is cutting out its entire print operation. The Encyclopedia Britannica, which has been in continuous print since...

Encyclopedia Britannica to Stop Printing Books

Humor : Neatorama

Encyclopedia Britannica has been printing encyclopedias in book form for 244 years, but no more. The 2010 edition will be its last. You have to wonder how many copies they sold since the last update. Britannica president Jorge Cauz ...

Encyclopedia Britannica Closes Its Print Operation After 244 Years

Humor : Geekosystem

Due to the digital age in which we live, Encyclopedia Britannica will be ending its print operation after 244 years, with the last entry in said print operation being the 2010, 32-volume set. Encyclopedia Britannica won't be giving ...

Encyclopedia Britannica Calls Off Its Print Edition And Goes Digital

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Print editions of the beloved Encyclopedia Britannica will soon go the way of the dinosaur as the company replaces them completely with digital versions. The Encyclopedia has primarily been an online product for the past 20 years. O...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC