The Seattle Post-Intelligencer is the latest paper to bite the dust. I have never read it and I probably never will. I won't miss it either. The fates of those who lost their jobs are more on my mind than what is happening to the fourth estate.
In a shrinking market, players are squeezed out. I did an interview recently where I remarked that in the creative realm, everyone can, so everyone does, but everyone shouldn't.
The last two paragraphs were a long winded way of saying that I'm going to keep putting out records even if nobody buys them because I want to. I'm not going to stop because of market conditions. Instead I will focus on improved quality.