Monday, October 5, 2009

The Next Big Thing

Barry Smith writes:

To say that newspapers are dead is to miss the point. Newspapers are changing. Maybe they won’t be called newspapers anymore. Maybe they won’t be delivered to your doorstep. Maybe they’ll all be free, or maybe you’ll have to pay to read them online.

Or maybe they’ll go on more or less like they are for another 100 years while a few thousand Twitters, Facebooks and MySpaces live and die. Remember when AOL was the only way for ordinary people to get to the Internet? It had 30 million customers, but that was 10 years ago.


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