From AJR, the embattled newspaper business is betting heavily on Web advertising revenue to secure its survival; and a review of Letters from the Editor: Lessons on Journalism and Life by William F. Woo. State of Emergency: With journalism on its deathbed and desperately clinging for life, the media needs to atone for its sins if it has any chance for survival. From Print, a look at how digital technology is transforming photojournalism in hot spots around the world; a review of Inside North Korea by Mark Edward Harris; Welcome to Pyongyang by Charlie Crane; Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan; and Pictures Without Borders by Steve Horn; and Google Earth and YouTube can find your house or your favorite music video in seconds — can they help end genocide?