19 March 2006

NPR

I love National Public Radio. What more can I say? I wish I could remember when I started listening to it. I don't know. I do know it was sometime in the mid 1980s when I was living in San Francisco.

I probably get 75% of my news from them (20% from newspapers like the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Times of London; and 5% from web logs. How interesting is that?).


Here is a neat little story about how NPR is changing. (But I still think McDonald's is one of the great evils in the world.)

1 comment:

Matt Hinrichs said...

Thanks for linking to this. Kinda sad that NPR is pretty much the only major news source in America that hasn't been all junked up and Fox-ified. They and the BBC are the only news I really trust.