> - The old school would wish the government intervenes to support quality journalism, whereas we’d rather win the support of our fellow citizens through Spot.Us and Kickstarter.
> - The old school regularly reminds us that our readers are stupid, whereas the internet generation knows that our obsessive focus on breaking news is hardly congenial to people who wish to understand the broader issues facing our society.
> - The old school thinks good journalism is dying. The new school thinks news has become a commodity.
You might not agree with it [all](http://stdout.be/2010/two-cultures-in-media-criticism/), but it’s does highlight some of the major rifts in thinking…
Good stuff I’ve read recently, haven’t linked to yet, but don’t have much to add
to right now:
* The Nichepaper Manifesto
– an articulate and well argued guide to how niche publishing might looks
I wasn’t the only one to get attention, it seems:
> Second, everyone pick up a copy of the USA Today tomorrow. I was interviewed by
Mark Memmott today about the bombings and how that