This month’s Atlantic cover story by Nicholas Carr which asks the pressing question "Is Google Making Us Stoopid?"
After examining several ways in which our brains have been rewired by our dependence on the web, Mr. Carr notes:
Are these new-media rules? Or just a different old medium’s?
In February, The Observer‘s John Koblin talked to Mr. Bodkin who said this of The Times‘ front-of-book rejiggering: “This will be a bit of a magazine model."
"If you skim through page one and then go through two and three, you’ll sort of touch every major news story of the day and every significant story in the paper… All of the changes are going to address some perceived issues with the paper that we anecdotally hear from readers—that they don’t have enough time to get through the paper. This is a reader’s service."