On the subject of Murdoch, free online content and the WSJ, here is some gratuitous information from Gawker:
For an old newspaperman, Paul Steiger was pretty open-minded about the web. The long-time managing editor of the Wall Street Journal regards blogs as a great innovation and revolutionary phenomenon allowing readers to hop-scotch across a wide variety of information. Steiger, who retired last year after easing the business paper into the hands of Rupert Murdoch, won't mind then that his third wife has put herself on display to visitors to her own blog. Nor that the revolutionary medium has allowed quests on Google for "wendy tits" and "amazing bosom" to land at the site. "I'm so sick of being admired for my keen mind and dazzling personality," writes Wendy, a jewelry designer who is 25 years Steiger's junior. "It's about time people started loving me for my body." (I'm sure he does.)
Click here if you would like to see Mrs. Steiger's breasts.