| By Stephanie Small |
Yes, there are reasons to keep print media alive. You may be happy getting your news online, but for some citizens the loss of the printed page will have a profoundly life-altering impact.
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Print media a favorite amongst hoarders
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All Windows Secrets articles posted on 2010-03-11:
- Top Story Should your personal computer be quarantined?
- Lounge Life Loungers help move old data to a new disk
- Wacky Web Week Print media a favorite amongst hoarders
- LangaList Plus Let’s put your firewall to the test
- Insider Tricks Choose the right backup medium for your data
- Patch Watch New threats to Internet Explorer 6 and 7
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