ARTHR II: Print Harder

Things are proceeding apace in the twin Newspaper Club offices of London and Glasgow. It’s shaping up to be a busy year already, with a sortie of new products and services being planned and built as I type, right this minute.

We released some improvements to our Dashboard pages yesterday, including a sneaky little link to try out the new version of ARTHR. Go on, click it.

ARTHR screenshot

ARTHR II (internal codename: Print Harder) will soon be our main tool, and we’ll be turning off ARTHR I shortly after. Now’s your opportunity to get ahead of the game and let us know what you think.

New features include:

  • Drag things around with your mouse!
  • Style your text with all sorts of headers and formatting and stuff like that!
  • Choose from a number of typefaces and sizes!
  • Superfast performance using our proprietary Expertly Rendered Newspaper Internet Engine (ERNIE)!
  • Automatically pull a webpage into your paper!
  • And much, much, more!

If you’re making a paper in the old version of ARTHR, don’t worry – we’ll give you plenty of notice before turning it off, and all your work will be available to download in a number of handy formats.

Everyone else: go go go!

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