It left me feeling more pessimistic than ever about the future of the major Fairfax papers. The company has suffered at the hands of too many blinkered business people who cared more about making money than producing newspapers. It's infuriating they didn't see the internet coming.
I can't see enough qualified people left to operate the pumps.
I read a paper the other day from a journalists' forum in the 1970s, during which one of the keynote speakers said: "A newspaper is as important to a house as the front door."
Then they invented Windows.
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