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Yesterday Radar seized on a memo circulating at the Times which would abolish the use of story datelines indicating when a reporter actually wrote a story, as opposed to when the story was printed. "The "significant advantages" include doing "away with datelines that are several days old, which can make a story seem stale rather than immediate," Radar reports. Ah yes, much better to seem immediate than to actually be immediate.[Radar]