AnnArbor.com, the Web site taking the place of the now defunct Ann Arbor News, which printed its last edition yesterday, launched today. In addition to ‘dozens of blogs,’ the site will also offer a print version on Thursdays and Sundays for $9 per month. But the newspaper won’t have blogs. Or readers, since the articles in the paper will be outdated by the time the paper is delivered.
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