Morning Media Mix: NewYorker.com’s New Look

New Yorker coverThe New Yorker redesigned its website, but its the editor’s note that is getting all the attention: it’s as New Yorker-y as one would expect, with liberal use of Oxford commas and multiple references to Harold Ross. (NewYorker.com)

“We are all on that train, the one that left print behind, the one where we are constantly in real time, where we know a little about everything and nothing about anything, really. And there is no quiet car,” David Carr gets deep about the state of print media. (The New York Times)

Meanwhile, Vox explains the future of print and clickbait. (Vox)

Layoffs hit The Daily News on Friday. “Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman wielded the ax again on Friday, laying off another 17 newsroom employees in a relentless drive to stem losses,” the New York Post gleefully reports. Capital New York has the newsroom memo and more info. (New York Post/ Capital New York)