Newseum.org is a perfect example of how the Internet has affected newspapers. The interface is a map with dots of newspaper locations. Float over a dot and a thumbnail of today’s front page appears. Click on the dot and a PDF of the front page opens. From there you can click on a link to the full newspaper online edition.
The site is created by the The Newseum, a 250,000-square-foot museum of news located in Washington DC adjacent to the Smithsonian museums.
What an interesting way to browse major happenings around the world.
Thanks to Pam Kullo for introducing me to this site.