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Re: “New Practices and Revenues for a New Era in Journalism

I have to admit, I was preparing to write an excoriating letter to the editor decrying the death of journalistic standards (although, btw, there is a typo on the first page of the article, or rather a mis-italicization...)...until I realized it was April 1.

And then it was hilarious.

But, as Jane says, frightening that it took me more than half the article for the suggestions to cross from "reasonable-ish" to "insane" to "wait a minute..."

Posted by Megan Wygant on 04/01/2009 at 2:00 PM

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