Michael Wolff says there a sense that Post publisher Katharine Weymouth and executive editor Marcus Brauchli are being studied -- "with the feeling that the experiment they've volunteered for is too daunting and perhaps not even fair. Can they survive the extreme cold?" Slate's Jacob Weisberg says: "If Marcus re-invents the Post in a way that supports the newsroom at the size it is now, they'll build a statue to him in Lafayette Park."
> John Kelly reflects on 20 years at the Washington Post