It’s been just over a month since announced the Encyclopaedia Britannica the retirement of the print edition of the venerable publication, and they’ve been busy. The Britannica has just pushed out an update to the iOS app and it includes a small but important addition.
All those libraries who used to buy the print edition are now going to find it easier to use the app. The update makes it possible for institutions to set up accounts and offer access to the 80,000 articles written by thousands of contributors.
Another blow for print: After 244 years, Encyclopaedia Britannica will cease publication of its annual multi-volume book sets. The company is jumping on the all-digital bandwagon. This is heartbreaking news to those of us nostalgic ... Read Post
Back in March, it was announced that after centuries of being a print staple, the venerable Encyclopaedia Britannica was moving- for better or worse- to the digital realm. It was certainly the end of an era for people old enough to ... Read Post