Not Just Another Column About Blogging: What newspaper history says about newspaper future.

Michael Kinsley made me laugh a decade ago when he argued against Web populists replacing professional writers, saying that when he goes to a restaurant, he wants the chef to cook his entree, not the guy sitting at the next table. I’m not laughing anymore: When there are millions of aspiring chefs in the room willing to make your dinner for free, a least a hundred of them are likely to deal a good meal. —Jack ShaferNot Just Another Column About Blogging: What newspaper history says about newspaper future. (Slate)