I can see the writing on the wall. The Daily Herald’s latest maneuver is a last ditch effort to survive.
I for one won’t sit in front of a computer screen at breakfast reading the news. And by the time the U.S. Postal Service has delivered the paper in late afternoon, I won’t be around and would have lost interest anyway.
I suppose some people will give it a try for a few months but they’ll tire of it eventually and then subscriptions will dwindle and so “Good night, Herald.” A great shame but, as with a lot of older revered institutions, it will succumb to the pressure of our digitized world and disappear.
Len St. Clare
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