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I wonder what kind of traffic Linton Weeks’ story has been getting since it went up?

As mentioned in Romenesko on Tuesday, the former features editor hid a message in his review of a speech by John Updike.

Weeks was among more than 100 WaPo reporters who took a buyout.

Senior editors at the Los Angeles Times met earlier this week to decide in three days what three years will hold in store.

Kevin Roderick at L.A. Observed posted an email from Editor in Chief Russ Stanton that outlines the roadmap cooked up during the conference.

Though the proof will be in the execution, it looks like the Times is laying the right path for becoming a new kind of media organization. The question, of course, is will these changes bring in badly needed revenue?