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Newspapers are a form of the Internet where yesterday's news is "printed", with "ink", on what is known as "paper". People then pick up the "newspaper" and "read" it. To get to the next article they have to "turn" the "page". This offers numerous benefits, such as no server lag, crashing or risks of downloading a virus. Bookmarking is difficult - you need to use real bookmarks, the horror - and clicking the back button doesn't do much, but generally they work quite well.