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Update: Feb 14, 2009, just bought another copy to see if there was any improvement. Sadly, no. Please Houston Chron give us full content...including pictures, comics, technology articles, etc.
I won't subscribe until they get more content!
It gives most of the local news and the sports, but lacks national and world news. As discussed in the other reviews, there are no syndicated columns, comics, or photos. However, it goes deeper than that. This version of the paper only includes content written directly by the Chron staff. Unfortunately, what that means is while local news is adequately covered, national and world news is not covered in any detail and Texas news is covered somewhat haphazardly.
I've had the paper for about a week now. On the typical day, there are anywhere between 1 and 3 articles each in the National and World news sections. And these generally do not cover the major events; they just cover what national events that the Chron staff has given their own spin to.
While good for local events, you'll need a separate paper for national and world news.
What this is... a very nice looking KINDLE edition of the paper that you can read quickly. It costs about twenty cents a day, and gives you basically what you would want from an e-reader version of a major paper. You can gripe about missing content, but I personally do not want to wade through comics, obituaries, and movie listings. This is a down and dirty well-crafted summation of news in Houston and surrounding areas.
It serves my purpose well... I want to get in and out in twenty minutes with a cup of coffee in the morning. The Chronicle Kindle Version lets me do that, and I don't have to recycle.