These photos of disused newspaper racks in a San Francisco storage yard – taken March 13, 2009 by AP/Noah Berger – are pretty much all you need to know about the state of the industry. No one is buying, and it's time to throw the old technology for distributing news away.
Related: Where ships go to die | Your grand-grand-parents new media | Hightech Landscape | Manufactured Landscape | Via Businessinsider. Thanks Alexey.
Where newspaper racks go to die
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