The way Mr. Kos describes it is so clear and right. I haven't accepted only the traditional news package for years, since even before the internet, because it was, for the most part, unbelievable, incomplete, incapable of pursuit. The opportunities were few of finding arsenals of journalism elsewhere, but now there is an entire marketplace. There is no "other site" to be loyal to or disrespectful of; the events and facts bloom all over. Certain sites draw more readers at certain times, but they all are in flux.
The tradition behind classic journalism now appears more often in Mr. Kos' mainstream; and the image of streams, streaming, circulation, flow, branches, fingers, electronics, electrons et al, makes the reality and naturalness of "our" kind of journalism so much like thinking itself, that we must be in the process of evolving our next lives...or, as Eisenhower often said, "at least, it seems that way in my mind."
and boy, i'm speechless.
the moon always shines in my eyes and keeps me awake and i don't care. i like it. i like al. i like everyone now. well, everyone here at this moment on this blog now. not everyone-everyone.
there are always some i don't like. those i ignore when i can, or sic al on 'em. usually does the trick. he squeezes 'em with friendliness.