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Senator Ted Kennedy died last night after a battle with brain cancer. He was 77 years old.
There is a lot to say about the Senator; his family, his values, his convictions. Our favorite tribute and perhaps how we all would want to be remembered is from Karl Frisch, a senior fellow at Media Matters, minutes after the news of Kennedy’s death was announced wrote on Twitter, “I met Ted Kennedy as a young conservative at 17 on the Hill. The only Senator who took a min to chat when I recognized him on the street.”
Rest in peace, Senator.
Newspaperproject.org explains who they are:
NewspaperProject.org was launched in 2009 by a small group of newspaper executives to support a constructive exchange of information and ideas about the future of newspapers. While we acknowledge the challenges facing the newspaper industry in today’s rapidly changing media world, we reject the notion that newspapers-and the valuable content that newspaper journalists provide-have no future.
So the ad in print newspapers was directing people to a website about the future of newspapers? Hint: you link to the future on your Blogger right sidebar, guys!