Monday, November 09, 2009

Chart of the Day

A "Graphic history of newspaper circulation over the last two decades," from the AWL

source: the AWL via
the Audit Bureau of Circulations

(via reader Marc D.)


Thai said...

Was there another thread of posts this tied to?

I am pretty sure I know what the human biodiversity bloggers would say.

Not sure I understand your view on this however.

Glad to read you are feeling better

Carl said...

No, this isn't a follow-up. Just an milestone toward the impending death of newspapers.


Thanks, btw: I'm slowly getting better.

Thai said...

Never mind. Just Another view of this chaotic system we call society.

OBloodyHell said...

I think he's trying to make a claim that, having gained an upper hand, the WSJ is capitalizing on it, and crowding out the alternatives.

If so, how this explains the steady decline of the already vastly upper-hand NYT is, of course, A Question Not To Be Asked, since it doesn't fit the paradigm he wants to apply. Nothing new there, of course.