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60 Free Essays on Newspaper Have Become Obsolete

  1. Saul Bellow Response essay

    media is obsolete. I already find that anytime I am required to print something, I am shocked that in 2013 we can't have an e-solution. With newspapers dying by the day, I think that e-media will be the thing left standing. What motivates us to read? Interest, engagement in the topic...

  2. Text to Tablets

    are good for business. Reaching them through print media make them possible buyers of the products being endorsed therein. If the time comes to where print media becomes obsolete, businesses will have to rely solely on the Internet, TV commercials, and the online version of their newspaper for...

  3. Shahrukh Khan's Biography

    time, these were produced by hand composing. Later, these were replaced by monotype and linotype. In this process, a machine operated by a key board was used to compose letters. This has also become obsolete now. Typesetting in computers, offset printing and laser printing have taken over. Desktop...

  4. Newspaper

    ] * The debate has become more urgent lately, as a deepening recession has shaved profits,[41] and as once-explosive growth in newspaper web revenues has leveled off, forestalling what the industry hoped would become an important source of revenue.[42] At issue is whether the newspaper industry faces a cyclical trough, or whether new technology has rendered obsolete newspapers in their traditional format....

  5. Printing and Publishing

    fifteenth century, for some not at all clear, there was a sudden increase in the supply of, and presumably in the demand for, small popular illustrated books, in Rhineland, Venice and Florence, and Paris.”(Winship,49) Although they were printing newspapers already people have not had one published to be...

  6. Ali American Title

    rubbish, refuse) Waste are items we (individuals, offices, schools, industries, hospitals) don’t need and discard. Sometimes there are things we have that the law requires us to discard because they can be harmful. Waste comes in infinite sizes—some can be as small as an old toothbrush, or as large...

  7. E Cash

    money revolution an offline product is also required for the pocket money/change that most people must carry for small transactions (e.g. buying a newspaper, buying a cup of coffee, etc...). The concept of electronic money is at least a decade old. [Hewitt 1994] demonstrates that check writing is a pre-cursor...

  8. Effects Drugs Have on Urban Communities

    drugs off almost every street corner and most of the youth in the urban communities are or have been in jail for drug sales. {draw:frame} Crime rates have gone up in urban communities because of drug activities. Every day an article can be read in the newspaper about crimes in urban communities...

  9. Newspaper

    (Austria) did not always distinguish paid items from editorial content.) Newspapers have been hurt by the decline of many traditional advertisers. Department stores and supermarkets could be relied upon in the past to buy pages of newspaper advertisements, but due to industry consolidation are much less...

  10. Acc 340 Week 2 E Business Barnes

    in order for their products and information to be easily accessible to any consumer who may do research or want to purchase online. Barnes and Noble have an online store that is available to their consumers for their perusal and purchase. The ease and accessibility of their products online attracts a...

  11. Are Books Really a Thing of Past

    were hundreds of times cheaper and their wide availability kicked started an infomation revolution equivalent to The Internet today (which we are using to share this discussion! :-))Books may never become obsolete, as civilized humans will always have an innate admiration for the printed word, but one...

  12. Gp Essays Compilations

    electronic devices like smartphones to access the daily news, most of them would prefer to read it from the daily newspapers where they have been getting the news for the past years of their lives. Print media does still play a relevant in society today and is still available. OV Paragraph: Demand for...

  13. Marketing Plan 10

    devices being used. Because of this, advertisers have the ability to reach the masses in seconds. People have become so addicted to instant gratification that some of the old/traditional means of receiving information has started to become obsolete. For example the television is not a monetary or ideal...

  14. Value Innovation

    computer called iPad recently, iTunes store even becomes so popular that all newspaper, publisher, recording houses and all the companies who have an online presence are trying to make a space in iTunes store. We can feel this rush as we can see that almost all companies are updating their iPad...

  15. Is the ipad a disruptive technology?

    laptops or net-books in the publishing and media industries. That is why iPad is a disruptive technology that have tendency to replace or obsolete previous technology. E-book publisher is the winner because they agreed to make Apple as an agent to sell their product. They also eager to establish...

  16. Technology in Workplace

    has been the preferred media. Because it captures the minds of most Americans, it is the preferred method of persuasion by political figures, multinational corporate advertising, and the upper 2% of the elite, who have an interest in controlling public opinion. Newspapers and radio experienced this...

  17. George Orwell's 1984

    Throughout time, words have died, changed meanings, and new words have come into existence. Today’s society has books and old writing styles from the past that help shape today’s literature. Without those books, for example, books from the Roman times and British literature, we would have no knowledge of the...

  18. Dead Technology

    . The main things that cell phones have taken over are the use of PDAs, landlines, cameras, and MP3 players. These gadgets have all become obsolete due to the overwhelming use of cells phones in society. I am going to make small articles about each of these things and in the side margins of the...

  19. Hypothesis

    upon the test performed, to determine if the Yellow Pages will become obsolete in the near future, the following information was found based on the hypothesis and test results that have been recorded in the passage. There are many people who would prefer the use of the Internet to the Yellow Pages...

  20. Transition from Print Media to New Media

    now the Internet is seemingly up against the vast and widely spread print media. When the radio came in the early 1930s, everybody felt that newspapers would become obsolete. When television came in the 1950s, people and even experts felt that nobody would get the time for or feel the attraction of...

  21. Legal Issues in Reduction of Workforce Simulation: Lay-Offs

    Legal Issues in Reduction of Workforce Simulation Many companies face a workforce reduction situation at some point. The changing economy, obsolete jobs, competition, declining sales, bankruptcy, or overstaffing can require a company to make cuts in their workforce (Simone, 2004). FastServe, Inc....

  22. Dying Newspaper

    ).” Advice columns, comics, stories, and puzzles produced a larger audience. However, with further advancements the paper itself is obsolete. The development and popularity of cable television undervalues the necessity of the newspaper. In today's fast paced society multi-tasking is crucial for...

  23. “Instant Information, Instant Gratification”

    even just a few years’ time. These changes are particularly relevant in regards to the ones in media and journalism. Many mediums of news sources will be out of style or seemingly obsolete in ten or fifteen years’ time. These changes are already seen in the dying down of print newspaper...

  24. Social Structure

    Britain’s historical and geographical circumstances. Furthermore Britain has not faced the social and political innovations that industrialised societies have, which consequently explains their stratified society. Generally, people’s view of British society distinguishes three main categories: the upper...

  25. Use This Method If You'D Prefer to Copy and Paste Your Paper Into a Form.

    not be faulted for trying. They have little alternative, if they wish to avoid becoming a collection of commodity businesses. “Technology is a brutal business,” says Mr Apotheker. “If you don’t innovate and reinvent yourself, you will become obsolete.” from the print edition | Business About The...

  26. Ethics in Photojournalism: Past, Present, and Future by Daniel R. Bersak

    with a combined degree in Comparative Media Studies and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. While at MIT, Bersak joined the staff of MIT’s newspaper The Tech after taking a course in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism. Eventually, he rose to the position of photo editor, and he began...

  27. Panhandling

    Thomas W. Thomson III Prof. Hurd Composition 1010 17 October 2009 Memphis Panhandling Permit Law The citizens of America have a right to use sarcasm in noticing government laws. Tennessee has plenty of weird laws. In Dyersburg, it is illegal for a woman to call a man for a date! One in specific...

  28. Bba Course: Industrial Tour Report

    PREFACE Industrial Tour Report is one of the most important topics of our 4th year B.B.A course. Now the world is competitive. So we have to earn the knowledge about the critical environment of business. This type of industrial tour report helps the student to acquire practical knowledge about...

  29. Democratization of Information

    . In other words, the way we receive our information in the twenty-first century has changed the world. However, when technologies become obsolete they are tossed into trash bins or found yard sales. Namely, the telegraph and the typewriter, forms of information sharing devices have used in the past...

  30. No Way

    . When the radio came in the early 1930s, everybody felt that newspapers would become obsolete. When television came in the 1950s, people and even experts felt that nobody would get the time for or feel the attraction of the written word. But everyone was wrong. Each media has managed to create its...