Washington Post: For Future Readers, Papers Should Look Online. The newspaper industry may be afflicted with declining circulation, falling stock prices and for-sale signs, but two reports issued yesterday suggest newspapers can find new hope in their Web sites.
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The title is “Democracy and Independence,” and it’s taking place in Amherst, Mass., at the end of June.
A reminder to any Vermont friends that I’ll be giving a talk a week from Thursday evening at Vermont College in Montpelier. This is something of a homecoming for me, as I lived in Vermont for almost 15 years (longer than anywhere else) and worked at several papers there including the Times Argus in Barre-Montpelier.
The Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School is looking for a director for a new “Fair Use Project” — here’s the description: