It’s Time To Pay For News, 20 Years Later

We understood some time ago that it was better to pay for music or TV shows. The news was the last stronghold, but now it’s over.

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When I was a kid, it was not common to read a lot of newspapers, at least where I grew up. Every family was buying one, a few times a week, or maybe during the weekend for longer…

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Learner. Top writer in #Ideas, #Future, and #Government. I like living in the future. #Business is my main focus, but I can’t help to have many others.

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Learner. Top writer in #Ideas, #Future, and #Government. I like living in the future. #Business is my main focus, but I can’t help to have many others.

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