And as print journalism weathers the storm from the problems of passing time and cultural shifts, a new enemy looms at the horizon. A strong foe, this new warrior in the journalism arena poses a hefty challenge for the venerable ink-stained armor of newspapers. This opponent is quicker, has a better reach, and worst of all, costs less. This dreadful creature? The Internet. And with each day, it flexes its muscles a little more, taunting the print world. At last count more than 3,600 news websites were available on the Internet. But at each turn, a new chink in the electronic armor of the World Wide Web shows itself, and more questions are raised against it. Will the Internet be as destructive to newspapers as television was supposed to be, or do we just have a different version of USA Today to look forward to?