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I'm very random in my online news intake. I start with the generic Google News homepage everyday. The articles I read determine where I'll go and most likely stay following any thing that interests me.

NPR is primary news source - both listening to Morning Edition while on the treadmill at the gym, and online links via Facebook & Twitter. Follow a couple of media/reporters on Twitter. Get AP breaking news on iPhone but that is very unsatisfying.

And still like reading the local morning daily newspaper with my coffee. It's part ritual - but I like being able to see a wide view of what's in the news that day by scanning headlines.

Use a mix of online sources, both traditional newspaper websites and RSS feeds. Twitter/Facebook for finding new sources, and I still love holding a a physical magazine - if only on the subway or before I go to sleep.

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