Barry Pattrick shows partner Kathy Allemann the features of the ePaper.
Barry Pattrick shows partner Kathy Allemann the features of the ePaper. Katie Cameron

ePaper keeps pair abreast of day's news with a click

THE ePaper for the Daily News has been active for a few weeks now, and Gladfield resident Barry Pattrick says convenience is the main reason he is a subscriber.

Usually Barry would only get the Daily once every couple of weeks when he visits town.

"It's something I normally wouldn't bother with," he said.

"I thought I would try out the ePaper for curiosity's sake.

"It takes one click to set up and everything is here."

Barry enjoys reading the ePaper on his computer every morning with breakfast and a cup of coffee.

"I get a lot of enjoyment out of it," he said.

"Overall it's good. I'm interested in most things on there."

His partner, Kathy Allemann, agrees.

"The best part is being able to print out the crossword and sudoku," she said.

Barry pays monthly and intends to continue his subscription.

"You wake up in the morning and it's always there, it always works and I've never had any problem with it.

"The price is right, it only costs me $15 a month."

Barry said he thought the ePaper would be a good choice for farmers and people in rural areas, so they could keep up to date straight from their computer.

"You see something you like; you can just print it out or email it," he said.

"It stays there all day and you can come back and read it later.

"I reckon it's great."

To sign up for the Daily News ePaper, visit www.warwickdailynews.com.au/epaper



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