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Laura Bergells

Except that it should NOT take two years to research what readers really want!

This means they are operating on old information, which could prove deadly.

Marilynn Mobley


You make an excellent point. There is some danger in taking so long to gather research. I suspect some of that time was spent "starting over" because the way people interact with the news changes so quickly. In any event, I'm just glad they're moving away from the "old gray lady" format and including more interactivity.

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