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In these hectic digital times this gent sitting contentedly on a London park bench reading his paper was a rare sight.  A good old fashioned newspaper is a wonderful thing. It needs no recharging or system updates. It can be read in bright sunshine and from all angles. The content is secure and can only be shared by personal contact. When a new model comes on the market, the old one can be used for wrapping chips and fish in, it can be rolled up for swatting flies or crumpled for starting a fire. For those who have a vested interest in newspapers remember this. Tomorrow's garbage gets wrapped in today's paper. For best viewing click on image to enlarge. Camera Nikon Coolpix P310
In these hectic digital times this gent sitting contentedly on a London park bench reading his paper was a rare sight.
A good old fashioned newspaper is a wonderful thing.
It needs no recharging or system updates.
It can be read in bright sunshine and from all angles.
The content is secure and can only be shared by personal contact.
When a new model comes on the market, the old one can be used for wrapping chips and fish in, it can be rolled up for swatting flies or crumpled for starting a fire.
For those who have a vested interest in newspapers remember this.
Tomorrow’s garbage gets wrapped in today’s paper.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera Nikon Coolpix P310
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2 thoughts on “Content

  1. John September 17, 2014 / 4:55 pm

    Sunday would not be Sunday without the Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Times.

    Like

  2. James September 17, 2014 / 7:32 pm

    Analog alert! I wonder where he’s off to or where he’s been with the suitcase.

    Like

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