OC critic Tim Mangan is blogging from the Ojai Festival, and Easterners envy him. He also helpfully points out that newspapers are paying a lot of attention these days to how many hits their writers receive on the web; those who fall short may get cut back. Classical music, whose numerous older patrons tend to read stories in the paper rather than online, is especially vulnerable. So, if you wish for classical coverage to continue appearing in your local paper, you might want to click regularly on web stories, check the little rating boxes at the end, comment on blog items, and pass links along to friends. Odd that classical music should suffer because its fans tend to read the paper the old-fashioned way, by subscribing to it, but that's how it goes in today's mad world.