I too look forward to ebook versions of papers - but I do wonder if they'll fin a niche between the linear world of today and the intricate linking of hypertext.

I was always told the best way to judge a newspaper is to find a story with which you have intimate familiarity - then count the number of mistakes. That will tell you how accurate the rest of the paper is.

As much as I enjoyed New Scientist when I read it - it's just more convenient to read on my phone than remembering to buy the magazine & take it with me.