"Newspapers, you’ll recall, were how we learned about the day’s events in those halcyon days before reporters had social media strategies. Most cities had several competing dailies that took turns printing in the morning and at night. You’d pick up the evening edition after a full day of work to learn what happened out in the world. And the morning edition would get delivered just in time for breakfast with the family to offer well thought-out analysis from some of the country’s finest thinkers (and drinkers). Sounds nice, doesn’t it?"