The most recent wave of layoffs at the Seattle Times took effect today, leaving the offices on Fairview a little emptier. "The newsroom seems a little unnerved," says a source at the paper. "There is just a general sense of disjointedness given that the paper has been shrunk so much... They are in the process of regrouping and figuring out who does what going forward." When trying to follow-up on a recent story, the source said, "they didn't even know who was on it anymore." It may sound grim, but it seem like an improvement since Eli Sanders wrote this.