Print magazine curates the best web content

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The internet can be overwhelming — there is so much content that even when readers are enjoying an article, it can be hard to resist the urge to click through a link and get lost in an online wormhole. Hoping to solve that problem for London's commuters is Swipe, a free publication offering the best of the internet in print. We have already seen HTTPrint and PaperLater offer printed versions of a reader's favorite web stories, for those missing the physicality of the newspaper. Swipe merges that idea, with the distribution model of the city's booming freemium magazine market. Instead…

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