Our guest on this installment of ST is Joe Worley of the Tulsa World, who was hired by that paper in 1987 and served as its Executive Editor from 1995 until yesterday. He'd actually been the paper's Executive Editor for some 19 days when the biggest story of his tenure at the World happened: the Oklahoma City bombing. It was an event that -- as Worley tells us today -- would appear in article after article on the newspaper's "A1 [or front] page for about two months." He began his career in newspapering in 1969 in Johnson City, Tennessee -- his father had a friend or two at the local paper that hired him -- and he now plans to stay with the Tulsa World in a scaled-down capacity, writing a locally focused remember-when column for the paper's A2 page. Worley looks back on his long career at the World while also reflecting on the dramatic changes that have affected -- make that revolutionized -- the newspaper business, journalism, and communication itself. He also makes a couple of educated guesses as to where newspapers (as we know them now) might be headed in the future.