I found Wednesday's discussion about the future of news, specifically newspapers to be quite interesting. While this is a concept that has been covered in a lot of my Comm classes throughout college it's one that I always find interesting because I find myself torn between seeing technology and the internet as a force for good with journalism, but at the same time I find myself taken aback by it as well. While I like the idea that the internet allows for more niche targeting in journalism, I also feel like it would be better if news wasn't the specialized market that it has become. I have so much trouble watching and reading news in the first hours of breaking stories, because I feel like it is all the same and chances are that half of what is said will be retracted within hours anyways. I like the idea that was brought up in class about how because newspaper's aren't on a twenty-four hour news cycle that it gives more opportunities for better and more accurate reporting.