The Internet Finally Kills off Printed Encyclopaedia Britannicas

Encyclopaedia Britannica was the last word in in-home facts for nearly a quarter of a millennium, from 1766 to 2010. Now, it's just one more casualty of the Digital Age along with classifieds and the Yellow Pages. » 3/14/12 1:00am 3/14/12 1:00am

Encyclopaedia Britannica Has an iPad App That's Way Cheaper Yet More…

The Encyclopaedia Britannica, which is the most "scholarly of encyclopaedias" according to Wikipedia (heh), is about to release a new iPad app. It costs 2 bucks a month to subscribe to their knowledge base, which is cheaper than the $1400 for the print set but far, far more expensive than Wikipedia's freeeeeee. » 9/29/11 6:40pm 9/29/11 6:40pm