Who has time to read the paper?
My husband asked me the other day, "did you read that article on Kenton in the Oregonian?" It isn't unusual for him to ask... "did you read about [blank] in the paper?" He reads the paper in his office. Not having an office, I don't have that big stack of black and white to flip through, and - frankly - I'm jealous. I don't read the paper anymore. No longer commuting primarily by bus/MAX, I've lost that precious short window of opportunity to read an article or two. Not getting it on my doorstep, like we used to pre-kids, I don't have that growing mound of papyrus in the corner to leaf through when I have a "free moment". Not having the time to even respond to all my emails, I don't even gravitate to the online newspapers (and, I'd never bother to go to the Oregonian online. It's just awful!).
I know a friend who reads the Sunday paper as part of her Sunday morning ritual. And, I am sure there are others who do.
But, what I really want to know is: Who has time to read the paper? How do you do it?