Did you notice that even the more high-brow papers now have bullet points on the sides of the articles, and some sort of visual appended? Seems that actually reading through a piece in its entirety--perhaps even in one sitting--may have gone by the wayside in this day of immediate access, ADD, and Macs that can keep 201 screens open at once.
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