He describes how you download it, what you see, how much it costs and so on. Generally, he says, the experience was "an acceptable substitute" for a real paper.
He also notes that newspapers are selling well via Kindle:
I purchased the Kindle when it was released last fall and have now read David Halberstam’s The Coldest Winter, mainly during a round trip flight to China, and found that experience satisfying and convenient. Checking the Kindle bestsellers from time to time, I noticed that many of the country’s leading newspapers dominate the list. The New York Times has been #1 and the Wall Street Journal #2, except for last week, when a new Oprah book selection blew them both away. The Washington Post and the San Francisco Chronicle are steady sellers also.