Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Worth a thousand words...

The future of dead-tree newspapers.

6 comments:

John Peddie (Toronto) said...

That's a street scene from Toronto-notice the big red 'n white streetcar?

And using a "free distribution" (real estate advertising)newsbox as a planter is typical of the tree huggin', bicycle ridin' mentality of the urban socialists who run our city council.

Nathan Brindle said...

I'd be more impressed if that were, say, an Indy Star newsbox.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, this may be more of a comment on the real estate market.

Samsam

Crucis said...

Just following the Rocky Mountain News and others into oblivion.

reflectoscope said...

I'm all for the idea. The flowers should grow nicely anyway, what with the newspapers having been full of fertilizer for the longest time anyway.

Ji

Anonymous said...

Paper, erm, papers are going the way of disco. Which is to say, never coming back, ever, ever. So I pray.

I work for an online paper. Some people still think we are crazy but it's the future. Why get a weekly or monthly paper when you can get daily updates about events? Especially for local news.