Did you all hear that last week The Seattle Post-Intelligencer produced it's last printed edition and is now an Internet-only news source? Was anyone else saddened or dismayed by this? What is this world coming to? Call me a traditionalist, but I really don't like this newest trend of the future. As someone who hates change and is a confirmed technophobe (heck, I just barely know how to use my cell phone and email), I really don't want to see the newspaper go the way of the dinosaur. Besides, a newspaper is something that is meant to be held, folded and have it's pages snapped. Every weekday morning, after the chaos of getting my kids out the door, I look forward to sitting down at the kitchen table with my cup of tea, my breakfast and the newspaper. Somehow, I just can't imagine getting the same cozy, peaceful feeling from my laptop! Not to mention that a newspaper is much more forgiving of syrupy, buttery, milky splatters than my laptop would be. Just like the cellphone and surfing the net, I know I'll probably be the last holdout on this one. I fully expect to have to be led kicking and screaming to my laptop for my daily dose of Ask Amy. I'll do it I have to, but I won't be a happy about it. And don't even get me started on the Kindle!