OK, so Bill Grueskin doesn’t like Cory Doctorow. I don’t see how criticizing the Times’ editorial policies and business plans has anything to do with the bravery of journalists. Or why Doctorow, who writes for a living, is somehow different because he’s not doing it in Libya.

Bill Grueskin, ex-editor of the WSJ, on the NYT paywall and the high-fallutin’ opinions of comfortably seated blogger-commentators. (via mrgan)

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