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Philippines
October 26, 2006 12:30am CST
newspaper or the internet?
14 responses
@ketweet (213)
• United Arab Emirates
4 Nov 06
in the morning, i read the news from the net...in the afternoon, i get to check the newspapers...hehe...news overload!!!
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• Philippines
6 Nov 06
news overload indeed...hehe...=)
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
27 Oct 06
For local and state news, I read the newspaper. For international and national news, I watch TV. For interesting news item, I surf internet.
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
hehe...complete package...:) nice...:)
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
27 Oct 06
thanks for your comment.
@hindol_86 (232)
• India
26 Oct 06
my daily source of news is newspaper and news channels in the tv...
• Philippines
26 Oct 06
'twas the same for me before until i started working...so it's the net for me now...thnx...:)
• India
26 Oct 06
ya net is also a source of getting news...probably the most fastest source...but i use net mainly for chatting and collecting my study materials...
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
22 Nov 06
The internet, I'm here anyway right?:-)
• Denmark
22 Nov 06
Aww mann, I'm really getting tired of this "unable to post" and then it does it anyway! :-(
• Pakistan
27 Oct 06
both but i prefer newspaper
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
i see...thanx for the reply...:)
@djbtol (5498)
• United States
27 Oct 06
I say definitely the internet. Free, more readily available, more easy to find the top stories.
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
thnx for the response...hehe...:)
@banta78 (4335)
• India
26 Oct 06
I think newspaper is better because here you get all the information in compact form, you have the main page cvontaining headlines, sports page, business page, local page. so it is easy to read and whenever you want. besides even if there is no electricity you can read newspaper.
• Philippines
26 Oct 06
ok...thanx for your opinion...:)
22 Nov 06
Internet, especially sites such as the BBC. The newspaper's need to make money. So they're not all completely straight down the middle (look at the UK Daily Mail - which is horribly right wing), others such as The Sun jump on bandwagons to sell papers, to go with popular opinion. On the internet you're more likely to get news, rather than a viewpoint.
@gudindin (530)
• Brazil
22 Nov 06
internet or tv!
• Romania
22 Nov 06
Both, but I use internet more then I read newspapers
@delina123 (2455)
• Canada
22 Nov 06
The tv for me
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
22 Nov 06
The internet, I'm here anyway right?:-)
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
22 Nov 06
The internet, I'm here anyway right? :-)
@251984 (291)
• Philippines
22 Nov 06
I read both, but since I go to work early in the morning, I read the important news thru the internet at the office, and read side notes on the evening as part of my daily routine.