I'm sure David Phillips will enjoy this (he's been defending the internet from the attacks of media pundits only today).
John Naughton's usual column is missing from today's print edition of The Observer. There's a small note to say it's available online instead (a suitable place, you might think, for a column about technology). I'm sure it was moved for reasons of space... until I read it. The column's about the problems facing the newspaper industry, including the issue of charging for content online and the difficulties even Rupert Murdoch will experience in moving to a paid-for model for online news.
Surely this can't have displeased the section editor? Will Naughton mind he's been exiled to cyberia?