Aug 8, 2009

The ending of cost-free online news

Posted by coolcoolbird at Saturday, August 08, 2009
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The world media mogul just announced a shocking news.
Rupert Murdoch plans to charge for all news websites by next summer. Times and Sun readers to pay as loss-making Murdoch declares end to free-for-all.

Will it happens in Malaysia?
Try to imagine that you need to pay a monthly subscription, obtain an user ID and password in order to log on to http://thestar.com.my
or
http://www.nst.com.my/
or
http://www.sinchew.com.my/

Nothing is free in future?

Everyone love to enjoy whatever if it is free.
Example.. free E-magazine.
Yes, free E-magazine as you can see below.
All are free to read.

I just found it recently and it is cool.
It has a totally different presentation style if compared to what you had experienced in reading the news on http://thestar.com.my
Because the format displaying on the website is exactly the same as what you can see in real hard copy.

Similar like scanned copy.

You can click on the icon located at the bottom left or right if you want to turn over to next page.

Even you are allowed to zoom in and out.

Hurry, enjoy now!

Free E-magazine


Before it starts asking the monthly subscription.


1 comments:

Aim said...

if it happen, of course they will ask payment through paypal or whatever method that needed for using of credit card. The price is one thing and will be a problem to whom who do not have a credit card.Hopefully it will not be happened.

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