13.Jan.2010 Quote: 2001
That very word “newspaper,” of course, was an anachronistic hangover into the age of electronics. The text was updated automatically on every hour; even if one read only the English versions, one could spend an entire lifetime doing nothing but absorbing the ever-changing flow of information from the news satellites.
The thoughts of Heyward Floyd in 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke
Sounds a lot like the news today (except that we don’t have the Times Inc. tablet yet…) considering it was written back in 1968.