N is for Newspaper.
Saving trees became one of the main goals of different environmental organizations. Lots of green projects increased in number. When the internet joined the scene, newspapers became less needed. It's not totally obsolete, but its industry had a big loss of subscribers.
News became accessible through computers, cellphones, tablets, and phablets (phones-tablets combined). Every little bit of information flooded the internet: encyclopedia, dictionary, magazines, books, tabloids, classifieds, etc. Who needs a printed newspaper nowadays? Oh, I do know the answer. Collectors of cartoon strips, scrapbookers and the like, but not everybody compared to the past.
The convenient way of reading about the whole world became available through small mobile gadgets. Technology eliminated the bulky morning paper you love to tuck in your brief case. Your hands became free of smudgy newspaper ink. No more turning tons of big pages in order to find the continuation of the news story from the front page. Everything sat in the palm of your hands with a swipe of your index finger.
Ah, convenience! And you're helping the planet, too. Don't you agree? Unless you're a cartoon strip collector, or a scrapbooker... or a news clipper, perhaps.