“I developed an interest in supporting independent journalists in a way that leverages their work to the greatest extent possible, all in support of the public interest. And, I want to find ways to convert mainstream readers into engaged citizens. I think there’s more that can be done in this space, and I’m eager to explore the possibilities.
“I think printed newspapers on actual paper may be a luxury item. It’s sort of like, you know, people still have horses, but it’s not their primary way of commuting to the office.
"Despite the fact that they are in financial distress — or perhaps because of that distress — both the Boston Globe and the Washington Post are experimenting with some interesting new formats for finding and displaying the news . ."
“Es sollte uns alle vielleicht noch stärker beeindrucken, dass die ausgeruhte, ausgeschlafene “Zeit” gerade in diesen angeblich so digitalhektischen Zeiten derart erfolgreich ist.