Those who are making the business decisions in the magazine, newspaper and book industries just might be mourning their own deaths way to early.
The San Fransisco Chronicle's novel approach today -- by turning its pages glossy like a magazine -- is gutsy and goes against expectations, but risks making all involved look like anachronistic fools.
Here's a fun game: Spot the difference between "Partly sunny" and "Partly cloudy" icons. There isn't one.
When I hear industry professionals say that people don't like to read these days, I have to wonder just how detached they are from what's going on in the world.