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Slate magazine has retired one of the earliest news aggregators, as its daily print news summary Today’s Papers is making way for The Slates…

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Slate magazine has retired one of the earliest news aggregators, as its daily print news summary Today’s Papers is making way for The Slatest. The Washington Post (NYSE: WPO) Company-owned online mag’s editor David Plotz tells the NYT that news moves a lot faster these days than it did 12 years ago, when the once-a-day newspaper and magazine round-up debuted. Therefore, The Slatest will be updated three times a day, along with a Twitter feed. The change, which has been in the works for a year, isn’t a commentary on the importance of newspapers. However, Plotz says it does reflect that in a constantly moving 24-hour news cycle, “the daily newspaper is only one part of the news universe. That

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