The Encyclopaedia Britannica announced today that their most recent hard-copy edition will be the iconic reference book series’ last as they shift their operation online. The announcement brings to an end the encyclopedia’s 244-year run of publishing physical copies of the books, which had been the longest-running English-language encyclopedia still around.
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