Monday's Toronto Star had a couple of companion pieces on the topic:
- Old idea, new media: Are you reading this text on paper, or as pixels? Does it matter? Some think not. As newspapers realize that they sell content, not ink, their future is taking hold. (Byline: David Olive).
- Inventors rethink paper and ink: Electronic news adapts to tradition. Hard to beat tried and true format. (Byline: David Bruser).
Your turn: Is the so-called electronic newspaper a mere pipe dream? What's the one thing that you think newspapers must do to survive?