....Or has the "Digital" and "Computer" age caught up with the newspaper business. I was just curious. Didn't a lot of papers in the "olden days" set the type letter-by-letter, by hand? Surely, this manual type-setting has bowed to better technology...hasn't it? (Of course, I have the slightest idea having never seen how a newspaper actually gets from a reporter's scratch pad to our front stoop.) Kind of a fascinating business though. The printed media has, of course, taken a back seat to the electronic media nowadays...but there are still newspapers in just about every 'burg you can think of. Anybody think the days of the "old-fashioned" Morning News will eventually go by way of the covered wagon, and disappear altogether some day? That's be a shame indeed. (Where would we get our Sunday gaggle of coupons?) But, then too, you can just about read the whole newspaper right on the computer. "EXTRA! EXTRA! DILLINGER KILLED AT BIOGRAPH! READ ALL ABOUT IT! EXTRA!"