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Bittersweet News: Seattle P-I's Last Print Edition Runs Tomorrow

Cuppie regarding the P-I Globe in Seattle
This is bittersweet news indeed: we learned today that the Seattle P-I will run its last print edition tomorrow. Although the online version will continue (including CakeSpy Seattle, to the best of our knowledge), we will certainly miss the tactile enjoyment of unfolding a paper along with breakfast coffee (and cake, natch).

The P-I has been so supportive of CakeSpy since the start, having featured our artwork and quotes from our Spies on numerous occasions; rest assured, dear paper, you will be missed!

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Reader Comments (6)

The death of the newspaper is so sad to me. I think it is one of the biggest signs of the times.

March 16 | Unregistered Commenterrookie cookie

I'm really curious to see how the online-only format will work, and whether it will evolve into something different than it is now. I like the PI more than the Times, so I'm sad to see it go.

March 16 | Unregistered Commenternoisy penguin

I can't believe the PI is going away. I'm so sad. What will I read now? My other favorite paper, The Christian Science Monitor is changing also. Online won't be the same.

March 16 | Unregistered CommenterNicole

Thank goodness I still have blogs.

Not a fan of the times, myself.

March 16 | Unregistered CommenterRachel

Yeah, I picked the last issue up today. It's where the world is headed though.

March 17 | Unregistered CommenterPeabody

Rookie Cookie: I agree. I'm curious about what the future will hold.

Noisy: I'm very curious too--I am a P-I fan so I am sad to see it go.

Nicole: Oh man. I wonder what the new frontier of news will be like.

Rachel: I wonder if blogs will become the new media? I mean, they are kind of, but as trusted news sources? I wonder.

Peabody: I think you're right. It is kind of sad though, I looked at the "last day" pics on their site and it made me sad.

March 17 | Unregistered CommenterCakespy
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