The online Indie must not forget its roots as a vigorous daily conversation between people who only quite liked one another
What happened to the Independent this week is a footnote in a huge story – the wave of creative destruction overturning all traditional media – and a very important local political and cultural story.
The big story is well understood. Digital is much cheaper than analogue, or Gutenberg technology. The cumbersome is collapsing, outpaced by the nimble. That allows new voices into an old debate-cartel. But it’s not all genteel and attractive.
Read more at Andrew Marr: the loss of the Independent means the loss of a community
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