The year is 2021 and the world is in a state of flux.

future planet What is this all about?Technology’s abil­ity has more than tripled over the last ten years. It has been get­ting both smaller and smarter, at an expo­nen­tially increas­ing rate.
Most impor­tantly, it has changed the way we live.

Notions of com­mu­nity have been totally rede­fined
as the world enters a new global age.

Busi­nesses have had to rad­i­cally change the way
they do things in order to survive.

Sci­ence has made incred­i­ble progress.

But what does this all mean for you?

That’s what we’re here to answer.

Amidst these changes, we found that there was no easy way to under­stand all of these new devel­op­ments and what they mean for YOU. So we cre­ated The Last News­pa­per, to present the tech­nol­ogy, art, sci­ence, health, and lifestyle news of 2021 in plain Eng­lish, direct to you.

Just think…

“The inter­net is only decades old;
com­mer­cial tele­vi­sion broad­cast­ing has only been around since 1941;
human viruses were dis­cov­ered just 75 years ago, and the cell phone cam­era was invented in 1997.” — Mike Wallace

Are you ready for what hap­pens next?

It’s been said that the best way to pre­dict the future is to cre­ate it.
We are all influ­encers of the future. Every­thing you do changes the future in some way
– be it minute or mas­sive.
Our mis­sion at The Last News­pa­per is to inspire not only new thought, but new ways of think­ing. And to con­sider where we are headed and if that direc­tion is the best one.

In short: Progress.


If this sounds inter­est­ing to you, spend some time here look­ing around.
Join the dis­cus­sion. Com­ment. Enjoy.

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You’ll find it in the col­umn over to the right.

The Edi­tor

Orig­i­nal image credit: hans­brinker. Image edited by: Luke Nuto

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