12.27.2008

Last column

After some delay, the Record-Searchlight did post my final column for them online. You can read it here.

Thanks for all the comments and private e-mails from readers who'll miss the columns. Keep looking here for more of my stuff.

4 comments:

rabbit_trax said...

See you on the flip side, and thankfully. It is all good.

Jim said...

I left the comment over at the RS, but will add it here too: most newspapers— by choice or by necessity—have made the "decision to liquidate,": They're cutting costs, cutting staff, cutting pages, cutting features, cutting quality, and will continue cutting until the last reader and advertiser depart...
(from Slate, http://www.slate.com/id/2206854

Ivan Toblog said...

It is only my humble opinion. But I feel that if newspapers had taken care of the circulation side of the business, they may have just kept enough subscribers to maintain a level of circulation that would warrant the prices they charge for ads, thus keeping some advertisers and helping out the bottom line enough to be able to afford good help in the newsroom.

That's only my humble opinion.

Anonymous said...

Gosh, with all the talent that's departed from the Record Searchlight, SOMEBODY could start a heck of a website!