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Read the internet like a newspaper with PaperLater
What if you could publish your own newspaper?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had too much to read, and too little time to do so. With the rise of the internet, I’m now at a point where fantastic content is being published on a daily basis, and I’m fighting to not miss a thing. That’s why Pocket, Instapaper, and every other “read-it-later” service exists; to let you read what you want, at your own pace. But what if you don’t want to read a giant feature on eBoy on an electronic screen? Enter PaperLater, a new service from British startup Newspaper Club that lets you save articles for reading later and have them sent to you as a physical newspaper. It’s currently in an invite-only, UK-only beta.

Wouldn’t it be cheaper to buy a newspaper. I think they still make them.

thisistheverge:

Read the internet like a newspaper with PaperLater

What if you could publish your own newspaper?

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had too much to read, and too little time to do so. With the rise of the internet, I’m now at a point where fantastic content is being published on a daily basis, and I’m fighting to not miss a thing. That’s why Pocket, Instapaper, and every other “read-it-later” service exists; to let you read what you want, at your own pace. But what if you don’t want to read a giant feature on eBoy on an electronic screen? Enter PaperLater, a new service from British startup Newspaper Club that lets you save articles for reading later and have them sent to you as a physical newspaper. It’s currently in an invite-only, UK-only beta.

Wouldn’t it be cheaper to buy a newspaper. I think they still make them.