Aug 26, 2007

From "The Daily News" To "The Daily Me"

"INK, ribbons, hot metal, blue pencils, spikes, stones, presses, plates, blue collars, scalpels, rulers, picture wheels, wire photos, carbon copies, cigarettes, tubs of photographic chemicals: newspaper offices used to be places where you would always get your hands dirty. Only snobs or big heads called themselves journalists. The rest of us were reporters."

Here's a fascinating article on the decline and fall of print media from The Age. Click here for the rest of the story.

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