krishna-agrawala (post 8) is absolutely correct--"tomorrow we will miss what we have today."
I used to be one of those people who resisted any kind of technological advances. It took me forever to break down and get cable TV, and I was the last of my friends to install an answering machine in my house. I was a daily newspaper subscriber and loved sitting down in the morning with my coffee to look over the daily paper.
15 years later, I have evolved to the point where I have a BlackBerry, no land line, and my newspaper subscription is only for the Sunday paper. I read my news online, but I love to sit down on Sunday with a Bloody Mary and peruse the big Sunday paper at my leisure. I open it up, put the sections in the order I want to read them, pull out the advertisements and save only the coupon sections so I can clip them later, and set in for my Sunday read. I save the comics for last, and I finish up by doing the giant crossword.
I don't miss the daily newspaper, because I am able to get that online. I really enjoy booting up my laptop in the mornings and opening my tab that starts my day. This activity has replaced my hard copy morning newspaper. I still have a cup of coffee with it, though.