Seattle Post-Intelligencer Abandons Print

Seattle Post-IntelligencerSince computer nerds are the first to ditch print for the Web, the death of print started with the top computer geek publication of them all: PC Magazine. It continued into something slightly less geeky: Electonic Gaming Monthly.

Now the death of print cascades into something decidedly more mainstream. After 146 years of selling dead trees, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer just ditched print to go completely online. Yesterday’s edition was the last to be printed. The P-I is Seattle’s oldest newspaper, and by far the largest American newspaper to make the jump. Click here to continue reading “Seattle Post-Intelligencer Abandons Print”…

Tribune Co. CEO is an Idiot

Sam Zell

You can cite many reasons for the bankruptcy of the Chicago Tribune: the recession, the rise of the Internet, the fall of newspapers, et cetera. One reason I would like to cite is the idiocy of Tribune Co. CEO Sam Zell. Click here to continue reading “Tribune Co. CEO is an Idiot”…