Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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Agriculture funding should focus on the many low-tech, African-led innovations that are already helping to alleviate hunger and poverty in environmentally sustainable ways all over the continent.
When journalists see their profession crumbling before them, left without jobs and stripped of what they love to do, it is surely disheartening and deflating -- a feeling of helplessness.
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For us career newspaper people, it won't be the same world without E&P. But then again, it hasn't been for years. It's a different media world today, and E&P's shuttering merely confirms it -- in boldface.
In an article in March on Seattle's becoming "a one-newspaper town," The Times asked, "will it become a no-newspaper town
It is now much easier and cheaper to publish a book than ever before.
The Internet has been a destructive force for many business models, but none threatens the basis of the republic as much as the digital knife busily sawing at the fraying Achilles tendon of American newspapers.
As sad as I am to see some smart, hard-working journalists losing their jobs, I can't help but wonder: why did it take so long?
Millions of readers who had been thought to give a damn about reading print turned out to relieved they didn't have to pretend anymore. "You can feel informed in a fraction of the time," said a prominent attorney who requested anonymity.
The P-I will become an experiment of sorts for Hearst, who will try to figure out whether or not the company can cut overhead and increase ad rev on a web-only model.
Is it possible that in this midst of the rubble in the collapsing newspaper industry we are witnessing the rise of the new muckrakers?
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NEW YORK, March 10 (Reuters) - The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has told employees they might lose their jobs as soon as next
Staffers chosen to participate in an online-only version of the Seattle P-I were notified of their selection Wednesday and
What's on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer site now still reflects what's in the paper. And there won't be a paper.
If there were any doubt that the Web will increasingly become a primary source of news and information, recent developments should dispel the remaining questions. That's why a concept like Zillion TV is so dangerous.