Friday, December 12, 2008

The Paperless Newspaper

Do you look forward to reading the old-school paper edition of the Detroit Free Press every morning with your coffee? Well, prepare yourself for a new morning routine and consider investing in a laptop.

J. Linx writes:
"On top of everything else, the WSJ is reporting that the Detroit Free Press and its partner paper, The Detroit News, may stop home delivery everyday but Thursday, Friday and Saturday. An abbreviated print edition would be available at newsstands on the other days. Readers would be directed to an expanded digital version."

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