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Print may lose out to the Net in the end, but it won't go down without a fight, as shown by the April 2015 issue of National Geographic which has a couple great foldouts. One is called Light Flights about the effect of passenger bags and other items on aviation fuel consumption. The other, which is really great, is about Trajan's Column in Rome. Any fold out like these are much more effective when you can see it all at once, rather than scrolling on a computer screen.

Click here to read about Light Flights.

Click here to read about Trajan's Column.

You might think that the trend in media is towards miniaturization - all media on your cell phone, right? And that printed books are on the way out? If so, you might be surprised to see that Friesens, a large printer based in Canada, has just installed a super book printing machine - a press that weighs about half a million pounds, and is 100 feet long, the only one in North America.

Read more about this behemeth.

In Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, lies an empty frame that once displayed the famous Rembrandt "Storm on the Sea of Galilee". This year marks 25 years, in which the United States' largest art heist took place and a $500 Million piece of artwork was stolen.

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A Wall Street Journal Theater writer, Joanne Kaufmann, caused quite a stir when she admitted she often left shows she wasn't enjoying at intermission.

The best response, as quoted on deadline.com, came from popular theater blogger, Ken Davenport, who said:

"I’d love to believe that the Broadway Press Agents and Producers will no longer give Ms. Kaufman comps to shows, but that won’t happen…We’re not going to stop giving you tickets, Ms. Kaufman. We’re on the other side of an abusive relationship. You insult us, neglect us, and then you brag about it. But we’ll still invite you to our bed.”

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This is an interesting article about what it takes to get a show on Broadway, if you have no experience in producing Broadway shows. This was the case for "Gigi" producer, Jenna Segal. The process took her 12 years.

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This Esquire article was published in 2013, but is just as relevant today - which is fitting, because the piece is about the relevancy of dramas, like Mad Men, set in the past.

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Media Notes

Print may lose out to the Net in the end, but it won't go down without a fight, as shown by the April 2015 issue of National Geographic which has a couple great foldouts. One is called Light Flights about the effect of passenger bags and other items on aviation fuel consumption. The other, which is really great, is about Trajan's Column in Rome. Any fold out like these are much more effective when you can see it all at once, rather than scrolling on a computer screen.

Click here to read about Light Flights.

Click here to read about Trajan's Column.

You might think that the trend in media is towards miniaturization - all media on your cell phone, right? And that printed books are on the way out? If so, you might be surprised to see that Friesens, a large printer based in Canada, has just installed a super book printing machine - a press that weighs about half a million pounds, and is 100 feet long, the only one in North America.

Read more about this behemeth.

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