Yesterday I had to take my mother-in-law somewhere, and she noticed that the antenna for my car radio was disconnected and just hanging there. She asked me what it was, and then she asked me if I would reconnect it. I told her I couldn't be bothered, since I never listen to the car radio, and if I want to listen to music I'll play a CD. That got me to thinking that years ago people would listen to the radio a lot more, not just for music but for news, commentary and analysis, talk shows, sports, etc, both at home and in their cars. I don't know anyone that plays their radio in the house or car anymore just for the sake of having a voice or music in the background. Now I know that TV and the Internet have pretty much replaced radio, but are we witnessing the slow death of a once ubiquitous medium?