The Guardian just released an email sent by editor Lionel Barber outlining its plans on taking on the world of digital and the speed required to stay relevant in an always changing landscape. In the email, Barber realizes states, “we must stick to the tested practices of good journalism: deep and original reporting based on multiple sources and a sharp eye for the scoop. But we must also recognise that the internet offers new avenues and platforms for the richer delivery and sharing of information. We are moving from a news business to a networked business.” Barber finishes the memo by laying out various strategies like moving night shift workers to day in order to focus on digital, in order to reshape the Financial Times. [Source: The Guardian]