The future of the printed press

Well, This week Harford touched on the apparent link between the printed press and corruption. As for me, this was an opportunity to express my own view on the very future, of the very tree that grew the branch from which, my profession is still dangling from.
Well, This week Harford touched on the apparent link between the printed press and corruption. As for me, this was an opportunity to express my own view on the very future, of the very tree that grew the branch from which, my profession is still dangling from.
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3 thoughts on “The future of the printed press

  1. well, so sad but so true. I do still hope that beautiful illustrations such as yours would carry on their shoulders the necessity of journalism, and yes, paid-for one.

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  2. Your writing proves that, if you choose, you need not dangle from that very branch (although we are thankful for your perseverance). You are entitled to a place at the trunk. But what am I talking about? Your skills are flourishing on a different type of plant altogether.

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