Scott Stossel on Taking Ideas Journalism Online at The Atlantic
Scott Stossel, editor of The Atlantic, has reason to be nervous. That's partly because of his personality-detailed in "My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind" published earlier this year-but also because the venerable print magazine over which he presides is just barely in the black. Stossel, who describes himself as "platform agnostic," is on his second tour of duty with The Atlantic. After joining the staff in 1992, he helped launch The Atlantic Online, the title's initial digital venture.