Well it hasn't been well for a long time
Finding a news story (as opposed to one of those annoying live blogs, agenda pushing commentaries or lifestyle pieces) is getting almost impossible on their web publication and the paper seems barely able to sustain more than one major story at a time.
In the meantime we have the same tired old hacks with their obviously personal agendas (Polly Toynbee ad nauseam), lazy new hacks jumping on ephemeral 2.0 bandwagons (Jemima Kiss and almost anyone else on ther tech team except Jack), and mashup artists pretending that spreadsheet juggling is news.
As for their economics analysis over the last few years - for a paper that built its reputation on a deep understanding of these matters its performance has been non-existent. They buy into nonsense concepts like firewalls and contagion and spend all their time celebrity politician watching.
Still - I suppose that the Guardian's old style was always going to be hit hardest by tah innerwebs as it required a degree of concentration and a willingness to try to understand stuff.
Where's the grumpy old man icon?