Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Question of the Day

Apropos of the time-warp below…

What’s your primary source of news?

Me: You’re looking at it, although Interlochen Public Radio carries hourly newscasts from NPR when I’m at work.

4 barks and woofs on “Question of the Day

  1. Various sites on the web. Seems sad that I’ve had to go to international news sources (BBC, for example) to get coverage of stuff here in the good old US of A. The local dishwrap is less and less relevant, as it serves up day old (or older) news. Coupons, grocery ads, and the travel section are about the only useful parts of the paper, and as I stated yesterday, that is no longer good enough for me to continue my subscription. Video killed the radio star, and the web is killing.off newspapers.

    • I agree. I don’t have the newspaper cluttering up the trash can or the house. I used to be a confirmed crossworder; but not so much anymore. You can do all that stuff online.

      • Ditto. I get the NYT, but it’s on the Nook (so no paper – including flyers – to fill the recycle bin). Between the NYT and BBC I get more (and better) coverage than from WaPo and/or local broadcast. And don’t get me started on FauxNews’ “entertainment”.

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