AT On: How Do You Get Your News?

AT On: How Do You Get Your News?

Regina Yunghans
Nov 19, 2007

(Editor's note: This post was originally a survey at AT:NY -- we're reposting it here as a conversation starter.)

How do you get your newspaper? Is your New York Times delivered straight to your doorstep every morning? Do you pick one up on the way to work? Or do you read all your news online, like us?...

posted originally from: AT:New York

The value of news is that it is current. Once it's read, it loses value. So daily newspapers are inevitably tossed out in huge bundles. And before those bundles are tossed out, they're kept in your home, taking up space. Whether recycled or disposed of in landfills, reading the news through online sources is greener, thriftier, and makes for a lot less clutter around the house.

moving--truck moving--dates moving--dolly moving--house moving--cal Created with Sketch. moving--apt