Did you hear about the new NYTimes reader (http://firstlook.nytimes.com/)? I haven't played with it yet but supposedly people that swore they'd never read a newspaper on a computer are now considering this a viable alternative....except for the fact that they don't have their daily crossword up there, amongst other things.
Yes, I've tried the NY Times and think it's pretty snazzy.
However, I am a die-hard newsPAPER reader and get home delivery of the LA Times and NY Times daily. So I tend to scan the news as I drink my coffee in the morning before I turn on a computer.
Like Mother, like son?
Probably more like parents, Like son.
I think Ze Frank said it best when he said about a newspaper:
"Look what I found! A litter version of the internet!" This used to be something that could convert carbon dioxide into oxygen using only sunlight, water, and a few nutrients. But now it's WAY cooler. It has two functions, you can either put little words on it, or crumple it up into a tiny ball and throw it!"
Nowadays NYTimes write some information that if you think could not be. I think, NYTimes is not better information link. Better to read news in the internet.