There’s No Tomorrow
The reason for the change is that articles are no longer written only for the newspaper. Breaking news is posted immediately on the Globe’s websites; stories are then fleshed out, posted again, then put into the process for the next day’s paper and the next day’s web entries. With all that traffic, a reliance on “yesterday,” “today,” and “tomorrow” is an invitation for error.
— Charles Mansbach, Page 1 editor of the Boston Globe, on why the paper will no longer use the words in stories