Found this one via Henrik Torstensson . My morning routine isn't quite the same, I tend to get up and make myself a mug of coffee before I gradually wake up while catching up on the news on my beat and the lives of friends and acquaintances around the world (at my desk, before I head for work). Still, it's a huge change from when I lived in East Finchley and gradually woke up while listning to the Today programme, or Hadley Wood where I'd wake up while actually visiting individual news sites to get my news (with BBC Breakfast in the background). The amount of newspapers I read is fairly constant for the weekends, but have changed with my work and how I travel to get there during weekdays. TV? Don't watch it anymore, and can certainly relate to what Fr. Martinsen is saying here (in Norwegian) - in essence: I used watch TV, now I stroll around on the web. How about you?