The Slow Death of Newspapers

David Carr sees the Philadelphia Inquirer on the chopping block. Then this:

A yearlong journalism fellowship at Stanford University is supposed to provide a break from the news business, a relaxing time to think big thoughts, recharge your batteries and enjoy diversions like horseback riding on the sunny Palo Alto, Calif., campus.
But this year, not even the blissed-out Stanford fellows could escape the exigencies of the newspaper business. Of the seven fellows who came from American dailies, five worked at papers where buyouts were offered, and one took the offer. The papers of two were sold out from under them.

Just keep the deckchairs in order, will ya?