I'm not old, but I often find that the print versions of certain websites--literally, the button you click on that would otherwise format and send said articles directly to your hardware printer--are a lot easier on the eyes than their link-filled, advertising-drenched, "normal" counterparts.
But to get to this most sacred and pleasant of pages for any given article, you physically have to click the "print" button for everything you're trying to read. And when you're done, you have to back out an extra step in your browser--once to take you back to the "normal" version of the page, and once more to return to where you were previously. That's a lot of work just to treat yourself to a more eye-friendly format for Web text.
Of course, I wouldn't mention a problem if I didn't have a solution. In this case, the Chrome Extension "...Fit to Print" is not only an excellent, automatic solution for jumping to any site's "print" version, but it's also a clever play on a common journalistic phrase. That's bonus points right there.