Newspapers, ave atque vale (hail, brother, farewell).
Just remember: In the digital age, the death of an industry usually plants the seeds of its resurrection.
The past two weeks saw what may prove to be the tipping point in the history of newspapers. The
Rocky Mountain News became the first major U.S. newspaper to close in the face of declining circulation and revenues created by competition from the digital media. Close on its heels may be the equally venerable San Francisco Chronicle,...Full Story