Carr and Abramson talked like they were in their old office at the Times, the topics expend from culture, books, news and their daily lives, and of course mentioning Abramson being “fired” from the New York Times. They talked about both went from full time news person to being a teacher and what they’ve learned while interacting with students. Perhaps because of the close relationship they have with each other. Abramson who is now teaching at Harvard University, reviled that she wants to get back to writing and reporting. She said “ Its a start up, a place for great stories, great journalism and money they can live on.”. The format nor the name of her start up has not been decided, but she would be in charge of finding good stories, editing and concentrating it. However, competition could come from everywhere now, it used to be news organization against each other, now it could come from social media. “If it is news anyone will point it at you.” said Carr.