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September 05, 2006

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It's still nice to pick up a paper occasionally for the crossword puzzle or if I'm somewhere wheerrer there's no wifi but it's not the way I consume information.

What I get through RSS/Sky News/Bloomberg does me just fine. As far as I know I've not missed a major story in the last 2 years so go figure for yourself. Do I need EVERY piece of news? Nah.

Drew, I thought that you may find this article by Bob Cringely over at PBS of interest:

http://www.pbs.org/cringely/pulpit/pulpit20060720.html

Cringely points out the deficiences in the internet as it relates to the news agenda.

Thanks for the link Ged. Nice article.

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