I just choked when scrolling down the page and coming across this headline: "Christian Science Monitor to Publish Online Only."

While I understand the drive, particularly for a weekly paper, paper that is put to bed (i.e. final deadline) in the afternoon and while I can't say I have ever purchased the paper. It's sad that such a noteworthy paper had to make this choice. Or as the Times writes more ominously, "The cost-cutting measure makes The Monitor the first national newspaper to essentially give up on print."

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