I always start my working day with 30 or 60 minutes of reading to catch up on news and look for items of interest to our readers. It's a habit carried over from my days in the news business, but now, instead of reading network logs, wire reports and assignments, I surf the Web.

It still amazes me today that, as a "civilian" consumer, I have faster and deeper access to much more information than I did as a senior news producer at NBC Radio in the 1990s when I had many correspondents, bureaus, reporters and editors at my fingertips.

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