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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

The New York Times

The New York Times web site has a "letter to readers" announcing that they will no longer charge a fee for access to parts of their site:

Effective Sept. 19, we are ending TimesSelect. All of our online readers will now be able to read Times columnists, access our archives back to 1987 and enjoy many other TimesSelect features that have been added over the last two years – free.
This is welcomed news for those of us who want to read Times' columnists such as Frank Rich, Paul Krugman, and Nicholas Kristof.

Book reviews, including the Sunday Book Review, are available for free, and the paper also a blog about books, Paper Cuts.

You can read the New York Times here at Kellogg-Hubbard the old fashion way: on newsprint.

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