The world truly has come to the end

Not only is the The Guardian changing their format to "berliner", a strange cross-breed between tabloid size and broadsheet size, but they have decided to get rid of LIFE, the science supplement that comes out on Thursdays. They are replacing it with a daily science page which I feel is a considerable weakening of it.

They did the same with "The Editor" a few years ago which was an excellent summary of the weeks news looking at lots of different newspapers. That hurt when they changed that to a page a day too, I think they have gotten rid of that completely now. I do not know whey they have to keep mucking around with everything. I still refuse to buy it everyday.


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