Am totally reconciled to my position as a dinosaur, however shortlived I accept that position will be - I subscribe to the Guardian. I hand in my tiny paper voucher daily to my local newsagent and receive a sheaf of newsprint called "The Guardian". I then avidly read said sheaf / use it as a barrier against other humans who invade my miniscule space on the commuter train to work. This latter activity is - honestly - sometimes as important as reading the paper.
Meanwhile, my fellow commuters either skim thru their freebie daily ("Metro" in the morning, the Evening Standard in the evening, which I also skim thru) or, increasingly, are busy on their iPads. No idea wot they're looking at then. It has truly been ages since I saw any evidence of the paper versions of national dailies on my morning commute. The Guardian is also clearly committed to a digital future, so I'll have to get myself an iPad very soon.
During the day, I catch up on the Irish Times and p.world obviously, along with various other sites, incl. until recently, the NY Times, but they have recently changed their online access, the sods.