've Previously talked at lunch with a good friend about this question: How and when you read your newspaper?
For me it goes like this: The morning starts with me reading the look in my Pulse feed reader on the iPad. Compiled from feeds I have freely chosen so that a first-rate overview of the current, general news events and the trade news in particular - from evening paper and MoPo on show days and today to Mashable and ReadWriteWeb. On top there's a few like-and-mood-feed for Schmunzellesen to start a day.
I have subscribed to the Süddeutsche as digital output plus the papery Friday and Saturday editions (for my North German readers: the Saturday editions) in Wochenendabo. The digital edition I read during the week, preferably in the evening on the iPad in the latest issue straight (from 17 clock expenditures are provided online, only the remote output, then later the Munich edition). Features and Sport departments are preferred.
Overall, I do not read during the work week but every night, but occasionally more, depending on your particular depends on looking at the clock, so where possible and father duties and Vocational yet.
Reading the newspaper at the weekend
In principle this is no different on the weekend. 3 difference: I then read the paper editions. I note here that I read relatively longer, at least felt (I have not measured). And I stay often hang on topics from the other departments. This may of course be that my paper basically is still enjoyable (Ok, maybe old school, with me it is so). And of course the fact that there is a little more time, usually on Sunday.
What I lack in reading the SZ on the iPad is an automatic download of this issue: I just do not again go through this whole procedure every time from subscription data entry, date selection, output selection, downloading time-waiting. What I want is: turn on my iPad, and the latest edition is here. Point. (Could this time please someone up? Thank you.)
And the Hamburg Evening Gazette
I'm at Hamburger Evening Gazette digital subscriber. Since there is a history: I had about ten years but the tide was so unreliable in the paper Vollabo, the delivery service, that I quit sometime. A follow-up action by the Evening Gazette's sales were not. Not even a "we regret" letter. Reaction therefore equal to zero, my resignation was the Springer-Verlag shooting. Then a few years break, the week occasionally purchases at the newsstand. With the iPad in the house, I thought to myself: OK, try again, closing a Digitalabo the evening paper, since you deal the messenger sales. I then did. Result: I now digital subscriber. The current issue there is in each case until the night aged four clock. Eve-reading impossible. That is in itself very bad.
So you scared digital subscribers
And the best part: For a few weeks I can to PDF on the iPhone (yes, really: iPhone application!) No longer read. The app tells me: "They use these Abocode already on 5 devices." This is definitely not the case,'ve also complained several times during subscription service. Only: A solution to the problem does not exist, only getting back on: "I have a specialist contacts. The will call you back, Mr. Heijnk. "But he does not. Once again I'm the damn Springer-Verlag. Whether Mr. Dopfner knows about? Probably not. I think I have as much to prepare a lawsuit.
To avoid deftigeres Vorkabular, only this: I feel decided verapplet (non sic).
The beginning: from the rear or front?
A particular stitch or read direction in the newspaper I did not: I flip times from back to front, then front to back. Enclosed newspaper advertising and those books I do not read, immediately fly into the paper (well, it is then probably a stray loss). What I do know: Successful exemplary article, I tear it out of the newspaper, place them on a stack and use the material for my print journalism lectures and seminars. The way I do with all other newspapers so that I - Buy at the kiosk - in addition to subscriptions.
And how is it with A.?
When my friend A. read the newspaper is quite different: He takes his morning vollabonnierten two newspapers, the Süddeutsche Zeitung and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, she leafs through each only once and robs them. With him not only uninteresting newspaper advertising and books fly straight into the paper, but all the uninteresting pages. Everyone.
First, the slating
His start in the newspaper reading is thus quite literally a palpable slating. What he has picked out to fascinating articles and is left as a stack of pages, it then reads through completely. He does not have an iPad. Not yet, as he says. The Hamburg evening paper he read in the free version on the iPhone.
Sometimes he regrets his brutal nature of the product selection. Especially when he is asked by a friend: "Tell me, have you read the article of X over Y yesterday?" And the article in question had not encountered the day before on his gracious benevolence. Gone is gone.
If you have read this with interest, I have a request: write right now a few short lines about your newspaper reading as a comment - if you read a damn on paper or digitally.
I want to collect the material, curate, and then publish it as Storify here. 1000 thanks for participating!