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Web 2.0 enthusiast Will Richardson says it's a day for print newspaper covers (even if you can do it, with your students, on the Web).

No matter how the impact of paper newspapers is declining, at moments like these, there’s still nothing like the front page of the paper, not the website, that gives me goosebumps. And in that vein, I’m cruising through the hundreds of covers from around the world at Newseum. Amazing.
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