History is happening before our eyes. The New Yorker published an article by James Surowiecki which speculates that newspapers may soon disappear. Indeed, the Tribune Company filed for bankruptcy last week. Surowiecki says that others will soon follow. The Miami Herald and the San Diego Union-Tribune are reportedly on the selling block, while lawmakers in Connecticut are trying to keep two newspapers there afloat. Even the New York Times Company has slashed its dividend and announced that it would borrow against its headquarters to avoid cash-flow problems.