As compared with my other technology-inclined friends, I am steadfast in my desire to read my three daily papers in real newsprint while sitting in a comfy chair or bed. Each day, I anxiously pick up the San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal which are delivered to my doorstep. First of all, there is nothing to match the mere experience of sitting back and enjoying a quality newspaper. Second, it is important to evaluate with a critical eye an editor’s choice of article placement, ads that surround an article, etc. Most of these benefits are lost by reading a paper online. Besides, your eyes do start to hurt after a while with the intense staring that would be necessary.
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