Cave drawings, handwritten news-sheets, Julius Cesar’s Acta Diurna carved in stone, Chinese government news-sheets, just one gazetta for the Notizie scritte, Relaciones, The Ladies Mercury, The Gentleman’s Magazine (first use of the term ‘magazine’ derived from Arabic for storehouse), printing presses and the Industrial Revolution, photos sent by wire, four-colour rotary press, global distribution, computer-setting, DTP, iPad, smartphone, html, fully interactive, wearables, voice control…
What’s next? A virtual reality screen on dust particles? Magazines have and always will evolve and people will always want well curated content.
Change happens, embrace it. Explore the possibilities, keep open minded.
Enjoy the ride.
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