Now there are so many other sources through which we can know the incidents that take place all around the world. But still most people have a great love for newspapers. What could be the reason? Will this fondness for newspaper remain the same in future? I think people will start avoiding newspapers and totally depend on internet and other such sources for news. They are easily available now. Then why should we wait for newspapers to reach in front of us every morning?
by mega1 8 years ago
The local newspaper has reduced its size radically and talk is that it may reduce even more. Ad revenue has gone down in the past few years. This is happening all over the country. Do you still read the paper? How often? Why? I like reading the paper, but I am losing patience with...
by Beata Stasak 7 years ago
Why is congratulation so ubiquitous in modern life?In the past, status differences were set in stone. But with greater equality and democracy comes a desire to spread the status around and invent new forms of status. However the more status there is in society, the more disadvantaged those without...
by Tim Mitchell 3 years ago
What value are newspapers today?
by darlaz5130 7 years ago
How much is a 1944 & 1945 newspaper worth featuring Hitler and also featuring the atomic bomb
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Saturday mail delivery in Canada was eliminated by Canada Post on February 1, 1969!In Tokyo, a bicycle is faster than a car for most trips of less than 50 minutes!There are 18 different animal shapes in the Animal Crackers cookie zoo!Should there be a crash, Prince Charles and Prince William never...
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 2 years ago
Does anyone still read an actual newspaper?I miss sitting at the table with my coffee and reading the newspaper, shuffling through the sections, reading the classifieds, etc. I stopped my subscription years ago. Do you still get the paper?
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