Settling for a tolerable short-term future, newspapers could end up writing themselves out of the long-term one.
When you think that way, you have to always consider the long-run implications of short-term actions.
It divides human memory into three stages or parts: sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory.
Such a plan must be perceived as a long-term strategy, not a short-term fix.
Short-term jobs, long stretches of unemployment, no health care.
There is a difference between short-term fluctuations and long-term trends.
Yes, it doesn't economically make sense as long as companies and people who run them are interested of their short-term profits.
To create a memory, the brain moves information from short-term storage into long-term storage--a process called consolidation.
Second, there is a difference between short-term correlations and long-term ones.
In a vicious temporary slump, driven by a credit crunch and the collapse of global spending, such subsidies make short-term sense.