Most Americans weren’t online back in 1995, let alone getting most of their news from online sources. But the late fantasy author Terry Pratchett knew what was coming. And a newly unearthed GQ interview from 1995, with Bill Gates no less, reveals that Pratchett really could see the future.
One year, 24 bucks. That’s what subscriptions to Wired, Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair and the New Yorker will likely cost when Conde Nast confirms their subscription pact with Apple in the near future. Single issues will probably cost $2.49. [NY Post via Wired]