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The print and online versions of the Washington Post engage in frequent fights over standards, control, and nonsense. The spats get hashed out at the Post‘s downtown headquarters, dot-com’s Arlington offices, or perhaps somewhere in between.
But don’t let these people slug it out alone! Add your own opinions to the mix, via Washington City Paper‘s customized Washington Post v. washingtonpost.com quiz.
Just read questions and click on the answer that best represents your feelings. Late adapters welcome.
I love Joe Yonan and Bonnie Benwick: Washington Post-tested recipes only!
I can handle a fallen soufflé or two: Bring on the masses!
Competition is good: Open another dot-com operation in Maryland and re-launch Washington Post Radio.
Merge: Dot-com doesn’t know what they’re doing—they should have been shut down after the Ben Domenech episode.
Just re-publish the story on the “Great Zucchini” and call it a day.
Heed your own service journalism and chill out.
Launch your own “Gurus” knockoff and force it down dot-com’s throat.
Mend fences by taking the “Gurus” antiquing on Route 50 on a pleasant fall weekend.
Wipe out the paper’s photography department and put them all at dot-com.
Status quo: The tension between operations is good—it gives media critics something to write about.
I propose a merger between TMZ and the Washington Post.
Who gives a shit about Heath Ledger—bring back the Washington Post of Eugene Meyer!
Hey, what ever happened to “Question Celebrity”?
“White House Watchdog”
“White House, Watched”
“White House Briefing Watch”
“White House Briefing Monitor”
The two entities are working together quite well.
The two entities hate each other and brawl over every square inch of turf.
Len Downie consumes congressional blogging for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Congressional bloggers must be based within walking distance of the Courthouse Metro stop.
Congratulations! You stand for the cherished principles and standards of the bygone print media. Now wipe that ink off your hands.
Congratulations! You stand for innovation, transparency and folksonomy. You are the future of this business. You can go back to refreshing reddit now.