June 28, 2013
"We squeezed our stories into small spaces, limited their scope, assumed we were much more important than we really were and had far more readers than we did, didn't experiment enough with the style, form, tone and intellectual depth of our stories. And when the Internet Revolution hit, we had no idea how to make ourselves relevant because we'd never worried about that in the past--and we should have."
Oregon Arts Watch 06/27/13
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