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Looking for an easy way to go green? MIT alumni can now opt to bypass paper and receive Technology Review in a new and improved digital format. Online delivery lets readers view the same award-winning layouts that appear in the print version, along with live links, embedded videos, and other interactive content. And instead of waiting for the print version to arrive by mail, digital subscribers will be able to access the electronic version on or before the publication date. For each issue, readers will receive an e-mail linking them to the digital edition via any Web browser; there’s no need to download any special software. Issues may also be saved to a PC or a Mac to be read anytime. All content, from features to Class Notes, will be fully searchable. And articles will be easy to share with friends or colleagues.

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