1. The paper's reporters will be based in Boston, but the rest of the operation--HR, the Web side, advertising, printing--will be relegated to a cheaper suburb or suburbs.2. The Herald's printed product will be smaller than it is today. It'll also be free, and delivered to targeted areas of Boston, a la the San Francisco Examiner--something Dan Kennedy suggested two years ago. 3. The print Herald will also be handed out in large numbers to T and commuter-rail riders.4. BostonHerald.com will become a 24-hour news operation, a la LATimes.com, rather than an online delivery mechanism for the paper, thereby giving the paper (or "paper") a chance to beat the Globe on a regular basis.