Didn't know where to post this, but as a possible discussion about how the cybermedia is taking over from printed media, it probably belongs here more than anywhere else. My local fishwrap (The Huntsville Times) has cut its publication days to Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, citing costs and dwindling subscriptions. The Birmingham News has done the same, but different days (not sure which, but with the importance of college football, I'm sure they still print a Sunday edition), so there isn't a reasonably reputable paper being printed in my state every day anymore. Now, Huntsville's not a big city, but the metro area has almost 400K- you'd think that'd be enough subscribers to merit daily editions, but apparently it isn't. Anything like this happening near you, and how do you feel about it? I'm accustomed to eating my meals with a paper spread out on the table. Will I starve?