This piece examines my experience as a print journalist, beginning in the early 1990s before the advent of mass online distribution of the news and ending in the mid-2000s as digital news sources proliferated. The performance script focuses on the sensory experience of the newsroom—the sounds and smells, as well as the visual imagery and the tactile sensations—and how that experience was transformed as the industry changed over the course of my seventeen-year career. Ultimately, the piece is a reflection on what was lost over the years.

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