We've been hearing that technology was going to take out newspapers since the first crackling broadcast came over a radio in the early part of the 20th century.
Television should have killed ink and paper dead, but it didn't. In fact through the entire first nine decades of the 20th century, newspaper revenues continued to grow.
Then came what everyone assumed would be the real print killer, the Internet.
Heck, that was just the first wave, then came people getting information on their phones, then smart phones, then tablets.
Last week, stock in Hewlett Packard took a dive on the …