You know print editions of newspapers are dying when the Wall Street Journal runs a positive review of your book and you read it online and then blog about it and fail to realize, until three days later, that you never got a copy of the print edition it appeared in. And then you realize you don’t mind that much; the digital version is what matters most, at least to you. I still haven’t seen a hard copy of Robert Kaplan’s review of Crude World in the Journal and I’m not sure I ever will. Same for the wonderful USA Today review that ran on Tuesday—I excitedly blogged and tweeted about it yet never thought to get an actual copy of the paper (so I don’t have one). I love newspapers and I think they are essential for our society but their digital iteration is the default setting of my life. And I am happy to pay for it when given the opportunity to do so–I subscribe to the online edition of the Journal, for instance.