Whatever and ever

Over at Poynter.org, Romenesko is linking to a National Journal piece (Most papers look as if they've stopped caring about design) in which William Powers asserts that design awareness runs very high in our culture, and newspapers aren't passing muster.
"Why are so many newspapers so ugly? Because they are run by people who care a lot about words and very little about visuals and design. And, man, it shows in the product."
If found guilty, Conrad Black should get a few years off his sentence for the National Post's good design, says Powers.

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