I stared at the tiny writing, so crowded was the page with writing i thought you ought to have a magnifying glass to read its content. Articles stacked next to each other, columns upon columns of information typed and looking like little insects footprints, as if they had been dipped in ink and summoned to crawl across the page to write the articles.
Then I decided to do some research. I wanted to check exactly how a front page looked back then (100 years ago), how it looks now and how it might look like in 100 years.
And here is the result:
The page of the New York Times, February 26th,1908:
( Funnily enough the first image of the cover page is a picture of immigrants behind the Half Penny Bridge. Hey, it's "our" bridge there, beyond these kids!)
25th of February 2108:
Images taken from the following article: