After 47 years in print, Computerworld finally goes digital-only
By Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica
Next Monday, the last print issue of Computerworld will roll off the presses after 47 years in print.
In some ways, Computerworld is the spiritual ancestor to Ars Technica. It proudly declared itself as the “first newspaper for the full computer community,” gearing itself toward IT decision makers.
While the print version may be going away, its editor-in-chief, Scot Finnie, says that its online version will not.