As I write this, the top story at the new online-only Seattle Post-Intelligencer, as it has been for at least 12 hours, is a photo of a cute puppy and a headline and blurb that link to a six-sentence blog item about adopting that and other puppies.
The No. 2 story on the home page is a headline that links to a five-sentence blog item about the state revenue forecast. That blog item quotes The Associated Press, but there is no link to more information.
The No. 3 story is a headline that links to a four-paragraph AP story about how it's illegal to bet on basketball tournaments in Washington.
Under the section listing items from the Seattle 911 blog, a headline: "Feds hit WaMu." (Um, that's a 911 call?) This links to a one-paragraph blog item, which, in turn, links to the Seattle Times scoop about the grand jury investigation of Washington Mutual.
My points are these: