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The Magna Carta in The Houston Museum of Natural Science

Inside the Houston Museum of Natural Science at the Magna Carta display.—Photo By Joseph Earnest

Newscast Media HOUSTON—The Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) is
hosting the Magna Carta (Great Charter) through the summer. The loan of the
documents is a partnership arrangement between the Houston Museum of Natural
Science and Chapter of Hereford Cathedral and Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust.

In addition, HMNS is home to the Cockrell Butterfly Center, which is a stunning,
living exhibit showcasing thousands of fluttering butterflies through a natural
rainforest setting.

The Hall of Paleontology has thousands of years of history in 30,000 square feet of
space that contain more than 60 new mounts. Burke Baker Planetarium allows the
visitor to experience vivid imagery of space and special effects projected onto the
Planetarium’s domed surface. ENTER GALLERY>>


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Part I: Print Media Unveiled–Is It Here To Stay?

The Archives of the Unites States, located in Washington D.C. contains impressive volumes of printed documents in original format. It holds original copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and a copy of the Magna Carta —Photo by Joseph Earnest

In February, Newscast Media expanded its digital footprint by including eBooks as part of our archives. This expansion was necessary in order to accommodate the newer devices on the market, and soon-to-be released ones.

A friend recently lamented to me that the transition into eBooks is a signal that print media is doomed, and will eventually become extinct. I, on the other hand, strongly disagreed with that premise. I used charts and other data to show this friend that print is not going anywhere, and I also wish to demonstrate to my readers why print is here to stay, in this three-part series.


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