From The Pipeline: 10 writers gone today, unsure of the Sports hit. 11 more in newsroom over the next week. Mainly editors. When all done, newsroom will be about 200. A loss of 20 percent. Online first or, as one person elsehwhere said, "work for the Web and put paper out in spare time." An Atlanta-type newsroo model that eliminates all departments (including sports) and puts writers into generic "areas" (such as deadline news). No one seems sure exactly how it will be set up but it works basically like this: those "areas" include writers, editors, online & TV people. Idea is to converge all stories across 3 platforms (print, tv, online) if applicable. A flat line of management oversees all the areas and makes decisions on what gets covered, what gets resources, and where it all goes. Also, space cutbacks, section combinations and more. Zones cut way back, bureaus being closed, etc. Me again - Ugh. Don't see one thing there that makes me say, "well, at least there's that."