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  • Final edition of UK's Independent goes to print

    LONDON: Staff at The Independent sent their final edition to the printing presses on Friday before the 30-year-old British newspaper becomes available only in digital format...

    Journalists posted footage online of the team “banging ourselves out” — an old tradition of banging the desks to mark the departure of a colleague...

  • Final edition of Independent goes to print

    LONDON: Staff at The Independent sent their final edition to the printing presses on Friday before the 30-year-old British newspaper becomes available only in digital format...

    Journalists posted footage online of the team “banging ourselves out” — an old tradition of banging the desks to mark the departure of a colleague...

  • Website review: Print the way you want!

    While surfing the internet, you may have come across many useful websites containing the information you have been looking for...

    Copy and pasting the paragraphs of your choice seems a big hassle so this is where www...

  • Crime novel by relative of Jane Austen back in print after 80 years

    THE scene is set in Wellende Old Hall, the “magnificent stately old pile” that has been the family seat of the Temples for centuries...

    But the crime novel by the granddaughter of Jane Austen’s nephew — supposedly written on the very desk used by her illustrious ancestor — has been shrouded in mystery since it fell out of print...

  • Facebook’s small print may be antitrust’s next big target

    Facebook’s small print may be the next big thing in European antitrust as watchdogs home in on how the world’s biggest social network collects information from users that helps generate vast advertising revenues...

    The details that users provide help generate the targeted ads that make the company so rich...

  • Print and be damned? Germany agonises over Mein Kampf

    BERLIN: With only two months to go before the copyright of Hitler’s Mein Kampf expires, debate is raging over whether the anti-Semitic manifesto should again be published in Germany, where all reprints have been halted since the defeat of the Nazis...

    Authorities in the southern Bavaria region were handed the copyright by Allied forces after World War II...

  • Print friendly

    With studies in the full swing, many children will be bombarded with assignments and lots of homework...

    So the more the workload, the more the research being done through books and through related websites on the internet...

  • PM thanked for deciding to clear print media’s outstanding bills

    KARACHI: The All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) and the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) have thanked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for deciding to clear outstanding bills, amounting to about Rs790 million, for the period 2008-12 payable to print media organisations by the federal information ministry, devolved ministries and federal government departments...

    According to a press release, APNS President Hameed Haroon and...

  • The world of Night Vale —from audio to print

    The strange town of Night Vale has captivated listeners since 2012 when Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor first brought this fascinating fictional world to life in their terrific podcast, Welcome to Night Vale...

    The mysterious goings-on in this intriguingly peculiar setting have since been delivered to us regularly in bimonthly, half-hour installments...

  • Govt plans to export ‘Amrat Jal’, print Sikh holy book

    LAHORE: Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Mohammad Siddiqul Farooq has said that preparations are under way to export ‘Amrat Jal’ — the holy water from a sacred well in Nankana Sahib (the birth place of Guru Nanak) — and print Guru Garanth sahib — the central religious scripture in Sikhism — in Pakistan in order to save it from desecration during yatras...

    In an interview on Sunday, he said his first initiative as ETPB...

  • Fine print meets cinema

    Cinema and literature are indelibly threaded into the fabric of fine arts in a book-oriented country like India, where the written word and its visual manifest is as old as civilisation itself — beginning with the first alphabet which were etched on to the walls of the caves of pre-history dotting ancient river valleys like the Narmada and the Indus...

    First the art, then the fine print or literature and finally cinema — a nascent...

  • New frontiers: print your prosthetics

    The innovative world of 3-D printing now allows you to simply print your limb, albeit with the help of your doctor...

    The objects are created by laying down thin successive layers of material until the entire object is created...

  • Google PhotoScan digitises old print photos into HD files

    There are few things more painful than losing one’s childhood printed photos but Google has come up with just the right solution using its AI technology...

    Once you’ve opened the app and hovered the phone over the photo, four dots appear on the photo moving the phone over which allows you to scan them and apply autocorrect...

  • Re-print of Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' takes Germany by storm

    Sales of Adolf Hitler's “Mein Kampf” have soared since a special edition of the Nazi leader's political treatise went on sale in Germany a year ago, the German publisher has said...

    The book outlines Hitler's ideology that formed the basis for Nazism and sets out his hatred of Jews, which led to the Holocaust...

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