For decades, the publishing industry's reach has stopped at your front door, but this week, HP and Conde Nast unveiled a pilot program to penetrate your home with magazine content. Using HP's web-connected printers and Conde Nast's storied brands (think Wired, Details and Allure), the companies intend to deliver portions of the publications on demand, right to your home printer. If that sounds suspiciously like a way to offload printing costs to the consumer, we wouldn't be surprised, as HP's only too happy to sell you more ink -- the press release actually announces a ink home delivery service (starting at $5.99 a month) right alongside the magazine partnership. We're admittedly a little biased in the pitched battle of online versus print, but we think the industry can do better than a glorified fax.