In July, the New York Times began a series that examines reading in a wired world -- how/why/if reading is changing, and the implications of those changes. Part Two in the series ran today. You can read it here. Here's Part One. And here's my comment on Part One.
As I noted in my first piece, I'm a reader and have been since I was four. But it's not lost on me that what constitutes "reading" is changing and that people who grew up with computers and the internet think about reading differently than someone my age. (Old.)