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Wither Go Print Journalism?


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Tina said…
Hahaha...newspapers are so mad they're becoming obsolete. I used to work for one and they were so technologically retarded.
nonamedufus said…
Tina: They've falen victim to mass ADD.
Christopher said…
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Christopher said…
Wouldn't be too gleeful about the demise of newspapers. While webiphiles are prattling on about the advantages of web-based news sites, they seem to be ignoring the fact that some 80% of the content for these sites are coming from traditional news sources. Once newspapers die out, where are they going to find content?

PS (I deleted my previous comment because I'd screwed up my grammar.)

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