Cross-platform digital magazine adapts to the reader’s device

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We've seen numerous innovations in the word of online publishing, from a magazine that detects and adapts to users' reading interests, to digital books focusing on reader immersion through interaction. The latest spotting? The Toronto Standard is a newly relaunched web-based magazine that's been designed from the ground up to span digital platforms, adapting automatically to the reader's viewing device. In the Toronto Standard's previous incarnation — back in 1848 — it published for just two years in traditional paper form before folding. Now, with the help of Toronto design firm Playground Digital, the magazine relaunched earlier this month as…

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