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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

So, What Would It Take For You to Pony Up $99 For the Chronicle 'e-edition'?

Posted By on Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:30 PM

click to enlarge The guy driving this truck probably isn't thrilled about his paper's new 'e-edition'
  • The guy driving this truck probably isn't thrilled about his paper's new 'e-edition'
With the San Francisco Chronicle "going there" -- as in asking readers to reach for their wallets for the privilege of reading content on its "e-edition" online, we wonder: Is it possible to charge local readers to do what they've grown accustomed to receiving for free or has that horse left its barn long ago?

In any event, the good folks over at the SF Appeal -- which, as of 3 p.m. Wednesday is still a free publication -- have set up a poll querying what, exactly, it would take for you to part with $99 to read the Chron online.

"Man waving gun in my face" is not one of the choices. See what is right here.

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Joe Eskenazi

Joe Eskenazi

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Joe Eskenazi was born in San Francisco, raised in the Bay Area, and attended U.C. Berkeley. He never left. "Your humble narrator" was a staff writer and columnist for SF Weekly from 2007 to 2015. He resides in the Excelsior with his wife, 4.3 miles from his birthplace and 5,474 from hers.

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