Henry Blodget ha fatto una cosa un po’ stramba: ha comprato un giornale, di carta.
That article alone was worth the $1.50 I had to pay for the paper. That price, by the way, was about half of what the same store charges for a blueberry muffin. […] And that got me thinking about the much-ballyhooed problems and challenges in the news industry and how unbelievably boneheaded so many newspaper companies have been. The main problem in the news industry, of course, is not that there isn’t enough news coverage. The problem in the news industry, with many popular areas of coverage, is there is way too much news coverage.