Encyclopaedia Britannica will stop publishing print editions and go digital-only -- a huge step for the encyclopedia which has been in print since 1768, Mashable reports. The sales of Britannica print editions has been on the decline since 1990, when 120,000 32-volume sets were sold. The early nineties were the start of a revolution: People started turning to the internet for information, and Britannica sales fell to 40,000 in 1996, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. President Jorge Cauz. However, Cauz insists that, while the print edition of the Britannica is no longer selling well, the digital editions are blooming. “This...

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