03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Tatler Turns 300, Shuns The Web

Are the print media history? If so, someone forgot to tell Tatler, the glossy magazine diary of London's upper class at play, which celebrates its 300th birthday this month.

Like an obstinate British blueblood sticking to tweed, Tatler seems to have decided that the Internet is a passing fad. It keeps the magazine's contents off its spartan Web site, posting only material from its supplements on subjects like travel, cosmetic surgery and private education.

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