Today the NY Times had a major story on hybrid and electric cars and why the former were selling at a brisker pace than the latter. It was another piece of dreadful journalism, which seems, I'm sad to say, a dramatically increasing pattern at the Times. No mention was made of Tesla, not a word. Nor was the new BMW i3 mentioned. Given that Tesla is the major EV success story, with incredibly brisk sales and stock soaring, this kind of oversight, one can only assume, is deliberate. The Broder piece was such an embarrassment to the Times I guess the senior editors have concluded that it's best to pretend Tesla doesn't even exist. That way no one will be reminded of the the paper's Tesla debacle. On the whole the piece wasn't bad, but what an incredible oversight!