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Printing the news on paper towels

While printed newspapers may be losing out to online news and apps, a Mexican newspaper - Más Por Más - has found an innovative way to grab people’s attention. It rigged paper towel dispensers to print breaking news every time someone tore off a sheet to dry their hands.

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