Maybe it's just a generational thing, but there still are people who periodically clip articles from the newspapers. There used to be many more of them -- clippers, that is. But last year, at the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland, the chairman of The New York Times, Arthur Sulzberger, said he really doesn't know whether they'll be printing the Times in five years, and that he doesn't care either. The New York Times has updated its sharing offer to include My Times File -- a free virtual file cabinet for saved articles, recipes, editorials, or whatever from the Web pages of the newspaper. Saving the articles on the paper's servers lets you access your clippings on any computer that can reach the www.nytimes.com Web site. They are enabling a single information portal. Not a bad idea if you're a regular, or even occasional, reader of the paper.