…but some people knew waaay back then that news will, one day, move from expensive paper to cheap internet:
TechCrunch surfaced this look at a story that ran back in 1981 that covered
how internet news would someday be delivered. At least watch the last 30 seconds. The reporter remarks it would take more than 2 hours to deliver the digital text needed to read the “online newspaper.” She added the per minute (i think) charge was around $5 and comments about the difficulty the new approach would have when competing with the .20 cent daily.
What’s in store for us over the next 30 years?