Let’s all get together soon before it’s too late.Forget about the past and let your feelings fade away.If you do I’m sure you’ll see the end is not yet near.Where do we go from here?I was thinking about the Web and what it means to newspapers when this Chicago song popped into my head.It wasn’t one of Chicago’s (earlier known as CTA) bigger hits. In fact, it was on the “B” side of an album they released in 1970.But it always stuck with me because I felt it to be profound.Today, The Columbian and most other newspapers are trying to figure out what to do with our websites. Like almost all newspaper websites, they don’t even come close to paying their way. Essentially, newspaper websites follow no logical business model. They bring in far less cash than it takes to produce them. Truth is, they exist only because they are being heavily supported by the print newspaper.Still, it’s the future. So, most newspapers are willing to lose money on the operation with the hope that a viable business model shows up.With all that in mind, I spoke to Libby Clark, our Web editor. She is a very bright, dedicated and passionate leader of our website and its content.And content is key. No one argues this point. Content is king. Without it, all those accountants and administrative assistants and human resource folks and newspaper attorneys — important to be sure — are out of work.