As a Digital Immigrant, I hold fast to my land-line telephone, vinyl records, personal checks, and books.  While I have embraced the online world, I am steadfast that I hate to see traditional mediums and formats die.  That's why this story is especially sad to me;  Encyclopedia Brittanica has announced that it will no longer publish a hard-copy or "print" version.  Customers will need to seek out the online version of the encyclopedia to do their research.

Click the link below to read more.

By the way (or, should I say BTW in "Digital Native"-speak), if you're interested in a print version of Encyclopedia Britannica, they have published four-thousand last editions and will continue to sell them until they're gone.

 

Encyclopedia Britannica ends print, goes digital | Reuters.