Whilst admittedly many of us get our news fix and do more and more reading these days online, that doesn’t necessarily mean that print is dead. It still has its place and particularly when there’s a little innovation involved - and innovation in print is exactly what our latest Startup of the Week has at its core.
PaperLater is a new online service which lets you save all those online articles and blog posts that you’d like to read and uses them to create a proper newspaper. Said newspaper is then delivered to your door! Simples!
In essence then, you get your own customised newspaper filled with all the stuff you’d actually like to read - a bespoke paper just for you
Whilst of course there is a certain convenience in reading online, it’s still not quite the same as having a newspaper to hold, is it? Grabbing a cuppa, opening the paper and settling down for a nice relaxing read - surely it’s one of life’s simplest pleasures?
Each issue of PaperLater costs £4.99 including delivery, which incidentally is currently only available in the UK.
If you’re interested or simply a tad curious we reckon you should give PaperLater a try. After all, you’re not only creating your own unique newspaper - you’re also helping to support a pretty innovative startup - that can’t be a bad thing!
The Startacus Startup of the Week is supported by Rackspace, the global leader in cloud hosting. Rackspace are committed to helping startups and through the Rackspace Startup Program they offer selected tech startups a whole host of benefits including 12 months free Rackspace Cloud Hosting and Services. Further details on the Rackspace Startup Program can be found here.
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