• No big surprises here. Newspaper blogs might engage their existing readers more, but aren’t really structured in such a way as to reach out to new readers. And, of course, young people find news booooooring.
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  • The New Yorker finds blogs and misses the point. It’s really strange watching some publications reinventing the discursive wheel two years after other publications went through it.
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