George McGovern and Walter Mondale are shoveling the coal, Michael Dukakis is at the controls, and Bernie Sanders sits atop the campaign car waving to a growing cluster of adoring, loyal, starry-eyed followers who sincerely believe he has an ice cube's chance in a boiler of becoming president of the United States.
I'm stepping back. I'm edging away. I'm cutting back to moderate consumption levels. Facebook is like wine. A few glasses can be delightful; too much of it leaves me with a sick headache, and unable to focus.
At some point every holiday season, in spite of the miraculous gift of the Internet -- and as Christmas shopping goes, I believe the Internet is only slightly short of divine intervention -- I venture out of the "virtual" marketplace and into the real one. Even, if absolutely necessary (be a balm upon my soul, Jesus), to the mall.
In this excerpt from the Sunday Interview, Rodney Mahone, president and publisher of the Ledger-Enquirer, discusses how the newspaper industry has changed and gives his outlook going forward. Grab a copy of the Sunday print edition or go to www.ledger-enquirer.com Sunday morning to read the complete interview.
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