If you, like me, still live in the dark ages in which your news is delivered via a rolled up newspaper thrown over the garden fence every morning, you have probably noticed that the thud associated with said throw has recently become not much more than a gentle pat. They say the traditional print newspaper will be around for a while yet, but its increasingly anorexic state would seem to suggest otherwise.
So, what to do if, also like me, you’re a news and opinion junkie?
Never fear. The World Wide Web that is starving our newspapers on one hand offers up a feast of magic pudding proportions with the other. Earlier this year, with the ample shadow of Gina Rinehart looming over The Age and other Fairfax papers, I took it on myself to sample this smorgasbord in preparation for a possible self-induced Age-free diet. As a result, I now have more quality reading on a daily basis than I could ever digest. Read the full article…Print This Post