"Here you are," (the librarian Blomberg) said a few moments later, triumphantly holding out a brown envelope. "Terrorism a la Ekland. You can sit over there. I'm here till six o'clock."
Annika (Bengtzon) took the envelope, opening it with sweaty fingers as she went over to the desk he had indicated. Cuttings were infinitely superior to computer printouts. on screen all the headings were the same size, every picture just as small. On the page the articles could live and breathe beneath noisy or subtle headlines: the typeface alone could tell her a lot about what the editors were trying to achieve, what signals they wanted to send. The number of pictures, their layout and technical quality told her even more: how important the item was deemed to be, but also how important this picture or article was in the general torrent of news that day. The skills of an entire profession of editors had been wiped out by the electronic archive.
From Red Wolf, by Liza Marklund (2010) EuroCrime Review here