He thinks that physical newspapers will stick around as well. "The best analogy I can think of is -- have you ever heard of the Titanic Fallacy?" he asked. We hadn't. "What was the critical flaw to the Titanic?" We tried to answer: Poor construction? Not enough life boats? Crashing into stuff? "A captain trying to set a world speed record through an iceberg field?" he said, shaking his head. "Even if the Titanic came in safely to New York Harbor, it was still doomed," he said. "Twelve years earlier, two brothers invented the airplane."
Okay, so let us get this straight. The publisher of the New York Times is saying that getting into print journalism is like getting on the Titanic?