The days of reading a newspaper with a cup of Joe might be making a comeback. For those nostalgic for the morning paper — but yearning for the customization possibilities of online news — PaperLater might be for you.
It’s a news service that grabs user-selected online content and collates it into a printed newspaper that’s delivered to your doorstep.
Run by The Newspaper Club, a newspaper printing company based in the U.K., the project is currently in its beta phase and only available to Britons for now.
The company is optimistic. The Newspaper Club head of engineering Tom Taylor told PrintWeek that he expected to be producing thousands of papers per week as soon as more users joined.
But don’t expect the personalized newspaper experience to be cheap: each issue costs $8.37 (£4.99).
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