notes on government, sports and popular culture
, I'm still waiting to download N&R editor John Robinson's explanation for this morning's front page feature on 2,000 dead in Iraq.
What ever it is, I don't care. I'd just like to know why I trudged back across the street this morning in the cold and dark to grab my copy of the N&R to find out which team won last night's World Series game, only to be greeted with the headline "Sox Are Latin America's Team."
So I had to turn on the TV (SportsCenter was on hockey) and go online to find out
. I realize press times have to be met, but is this yet another example of why print editions of newspapers are becoming so non-essential?