The end of an era, replaced by the fog of the internet.

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  1. iamwhatiseem
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    Sad day in the media. Newsweek will cease it's weekly print at the end of this year. Gone is a business who cared deeply about informing the public; replaced by the fog of the internet - where seemingly you can get news instantly. Seemingly.

    Going out of Print, Newsweek Ends an Era - ABC News
     
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    it is so much eiasier to revise facts and history on the net than in print.
    It is the way our real leaders want us to go.
     
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    I'm still sad that the Weekly World News is no longer in hard copy.

    The tragedy of it all!
     
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    Oh noes! What will Americans line their bird cages with now?
     
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    asterism Congress != Progress

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    I'm personal friends with their last Circ. Director (the one they canned a few years ago).

    Newsweek ceased caring about anything but political advocacy long ago. They just couldn't run a business doing it.
     
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    Some sage poster predicted the impending demise of Tina Brown's rag not too long ago in here...
     
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    Newsweek was only half right. It was a weekly magazine but it wasn't news. It was opinion based trash with a typical elitist New York liberal slant. Good riddance.
     

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