Bob Wright and Mickey Kaus argue that the Internet is killing good writing by forcing on publications  the logic of search engine optimization. It's fascinating and depressing at the same time. Plus: magazines are dead dead dead. Is a counter-culture emerging? Do bloggers care about money more than creativity? Bonus: don't miss the Wright-Kaus over-rated/under-rated list of 2010.

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