Sunday, March 29, 2009
Last week, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer stopped printing newspapers. It was my favorite Seattle paper. All that's left of the storied news agency in town are a few reporters and an online only paper that is a glorified news feed. It's not even worth posting the link. I wonder if they will keep their offices and the rooftop globe downtown. More importantly, will anyone get paid to serve as public watchdog the way formal reporters were? It's just another newspaper that has bit the dust...