However, a problem has developed. That's because so many media outlets are putting up paywalls.
Click on, for example, today's headline on Drudge about Wal-Mart's growing troubles. The text is faded. Up pops a way to subscribe to The Wall Street Journal. How disappointing. And time-consuming.
To get access to that information we can key in on a search engine "Wal-Mart's troubles." That will bring up posts we can click on. Some might be behind a paywall. Others might not. We resent those extra steps.
So, for those whose mission is to always be up on the news Drudge may no longer be the first stop. Not if they want it fast.
USA Today, Bloomberg and BusinessInsider do not have paywalls. At least, not yet. Instead of checking out the curated Drudge platform, we might go directly to venues which are paywall-free. That might be we the only stop we need to make.
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