More Paywall Discussion
- Eric of Websnark explores the idea that [people adapt to what’s convenient for them](http://www.websnark.com/archives/2009/11/one_of_the_most.html) – and if you make visiting news websites an inconvenient part of their daily internet use, by introducing paywalls for example, people will just route around them. - Chris of TeleRead explores the idea of[ the wider content culture that newspapers are tending to ignore](http://www.teleread.org/2009/11/30/paywalls-twitter-and-tiger-woods-the-changing-face-of-internet-journalism/) in much more depth than I did. - Alex Walters makes the point that [it might be spreading their reach internationally](http://alexanderwalters.wordpress.com/2009/12/02/has-rupert-murdoch-got-nothing-to-worry-about/) that saves mainstream news producers, not paywalls.
Oh, and my piece here landed me on the skynews.com slot on Sky News last night, as the above picture by former colleague [Simon Loxham](http://twitter.com/sloxham) attests. Pre-Christmas diet ahoy…
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