The following has to be seen, not as a particularly acute media analysis, but as an interesting barometer of the perception of the press by the digerati. In that instance, Marc Andreesen, co-founder of Netscape with Jim Clark, remains quite a voice. And it was noteworthy when he said : “…I hereby inaugurate my New York Times Deathwatch, which will continue until the last Sulzberger [family who owns the Times] has left the building”. Asked by Fortune Magazine what he would do if he were running the Times, “Easy, Andreesen said. Kill the print product immediately, and deliver the base line, for news online. (…) Take acute pain in order to avoid years of chronic pain”.
> read this opinion on Marc Andressen’s blog

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