I was shocked by how thin today's Washington Post was. The Book Review section, which is ending as a stand-alone section in a few weeks, had essentially no ads. The car ads were a single folded sheet, so 4 pages. The help wanted section was a sheet and a half, 6 pages. I don't see how they can survive like this.
I guess I'm one of the people responsible for the collapse of print newspapers. I subscribe to the Sunday Post only, read both the Post and the NY Times online. (We also get hard copies of both, plus the Wall Street Journal, at work, but I usually wind up reading online anyway. It looks more like I'm goofing off when I'm reading in the lunch room than when I'm in front of the computer.)