Thursday, January 21, 2010

On the other hand ...

Uh huh:

“I think we should have done it [started charging for frequent New York Times readers] years ago,” said David Firestone, a deputy national news editor. “As painful as it will be at the beginning, we have to get rid of the notion that high-quality news comes free.”

Complete crap, on the other hand, would be considerably less expensive.


chris said...

IMHO putting Bobo Brooks and Ross Douchehat behind a wall should be recognised as a public service.

wv: mordia, one letter shy of mordita

Ti-Guy said...

I never read The Times before and don't have any plans to in the future.

I simply don't care what always-wrong American journalists have to say, for the most part.