It has been months since I have posted here - too busy I guess with holidays, traveling, work, blah blah blah. I came across a blog post by Clay Shirky on the future (or demise) of newspapers as we know them and I thought it warranted a mention.
His posting is interesting and highlights the fact that sometimes successful ventures end before new ones take their place. This has happened repeatedly through history with many examples in the last hundred years. The point is it is difficult to identify the direction and impact of change while you are living through it.
Here is a link to the full article - read it for yourself. Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable.
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