Speaking of the web, I'm told that the very fine worker-driven news site CBC Unlocked is coming down this weekend. That's because too many of the people involved have had to find part-time work, in addition to doing picket duty for their $200 or so a week, to pay their bills and feed their kids. Too bad. It was one of many innovations launched by the locked-out workers that proved how they are CBC, not the managers now inside.
I was told by someone I trust that Unlocked was indeed winding down. I received an e-mail this evening indicating that Unlocked is on rocky ground, in terms of human resources (they're exhausted), but that publishing is planned for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Beyond that is uncertain.
Unlocked has received support from the locked-out - I have been a contributor. I hope it can keep running as long as necessary.