“On many days the newsprint front page tastes of already chewed gum,” says Jack Shafer, in a Slate column reflecting on how his news consumption has shifted to the Internet.
It’s an icky comparison but many of us will recognize the reality that print is already old when it rolls off the press. It’s also “icky” because nobody has really figured out how to make a living off excellent journalism on the Internet.
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