A Pew report finds that media consumption hasn't changed much in two decades:

On balance, there is scant evidence that during the last quarter century -- despite major changes in the news "menu" -- the American audience has moved toward a diet of softer news. News tastes have become neither less nor more serious since the 1980s.

But the Internet has given us all an opportunity to become better informed. And more effectively entertained at the office.

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