If newspapers are to make a comeback and compete with the online world, it will probably be with hard-hitting, incisive journalism like this: What's in your fridge? The feature is just what you'd think. The paper asks people what's in their refrigerators and shares the information with readers. Today's guest is Quinn Buckner, whose fridge includes peanut butter, ketchup, mustard and the usual eggs and also -- sit down for this! -- strawberry sorbet and -- gasp! -- both American and string cheese!
Whew! That was too intense. I must go rest a while now. I can't wait for "What's on your closet floor?" Or maybe that one is still being run by the focus groups.