"For as long as I've been alive, publication formats have been getting smaller. First, oversized magazines like Life and Esquire either disappeared or switched to conventional formats to save money on paper and mailing. Then editorial content started moving online, shrinking to fit computer screens and then even smaller PDAs and 140-character tweets. The iPad represents the first time this trend has been reversed. Instead of small, more low-res content, we have the chance to get bigger, brighter, sharper content."
Luke Hayman on one of the 5 ways the new iPad will change publications, including a new way of telling stories that may bring back long-form journalism.