It’s been about a decade since I last had home delivery of a daily newspaper. I was a lot more informed then, partly out of educational necessity (it was not acceptable for a journalism student to be under a rock). If memory serves, it took a lot of reading between the lines to squeeze the real news out of the spin and bias in any major news publication.¬†Mostly though, the news was there. It was supplemented by various periodicals with opposing views, and a wealth of rife New England opinion. This morning I take the plunge back into the head-shaking business of daily media arriving at my doorstep. Read on.