Many metropolitan newspapers are dying. No surprise there; the ads have disappeared. Craigslist killed the classified pages. Google, Bing and others killed the quick answer universe and the bulk of commercial advertising. The internet enabled news (real, fake, “fake-fake,” negative and more) to be moved about the world almost instantly and almost always for free. Of course, you get what you pay for and, in an odd twist on that, you get it forever as it's almost impossible to fully wipe away yesterday’s tweet, story, email, etc.
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