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In response to the Sun-Sentinel’s new website design, Critical Miami criticized the inefficiency of some publications in making their news more accessible and consistent with recent trends:

The problem with most newspaper websites is that the newspapers are trying to make the internet work their way, rather then adapting themselves to how the internet works.

Blogs have quickly become a primary source for news for many Americans. If so many people rely on the internet for news, how much longer will print journalism last?

To read the rest of the blog, go here. --Lauren Papiernik

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