I don't read the newspaper much, mostly because it's all in Portuguese. Since I sit infront of the computer all day, every day - that's where I get my information. So here's two related links:
Imagine what higher-ups at the Post must have thought when focus-group participants declared they wouldn't accept a Washington Post subscription even if it were free. The main reason (and I'm not making this up): They didn't like the idea of old newspapers piling up in their houses. [Wired link]And a somewhat funny distopian future where the New York Times goes offline in 2014 and google and amazon merge to become googlezon.