Michael Kinsley, in Slate:
"The trouble even an established customer will take to obtain a newspaper continues to shrink...Once, I would drive across town if necessary. Today, I open the front door and if the paper isn't within about 10 feet I retreat to my computer and read it online. Only six months ago, that figure was 20 feet. Extrapolating, they will have to bring it to me in bed by the end of the year and read it to me out loud by the second quarter of 2007."I fear for the future of print journalism.