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The Evolution of The New York Times

The Evolution of The New York Times

February 2, 2010 | Permalink

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No, no. The iPad will save it. Dynamic content, that's what the NY Times was lacking. And honesty. And truth. And objectivity. But a new interactive distribution platform should fix all of that. Well, all except the honesty, truth and objectivity part. But lookie! It moves! Oooooo!

Posted by: mike | Feb 2, 2010 8:17:08 AM

Good cartoon, but frankly my local paper is what's dying. The NYT still has lots of content.

I hate the way leftist opinion manages what gets reported as news in the paper and how that news is reported, but the NYT still has some of the strongest business, features, science, dining pages in the nation. The recent investigative piece on problems with radiation treatments was first rate also.

Will miss it when its gone, though I know that there will be online replacements.

Posted by: 4blockhead | Feb 2, 2010 8:38:51 AM

> The recent investigative piece on problems with radiation treatments was first rate also.

How can you tell? If you aren't capable of judging it by virtue of extensive professional expertise (in which case, the article isn't of use to you), then how do you know you can trust them to have done their homework, instead of having taken whatever position their pretty little libtard heads desired? How do you know what is or isn't "leftist opinion"?

The National Enquirer has lots of content too. The problem is, there are times when it's more reliable than the Times, which means trusting the Times EVER isn't particularly smart.

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Tom: channeling Redd Foxx and his 'one-sentence story', are we?

"Oh, George, Let's not park here!"
"Oh, George, Let's not park!"
"Oh, George, Let's not!"
"Oh, George, Let's!"
"Oh, George!"
"Oh!"

Posted by: O Bloody Hell | Feb 3, 2010 8:38:59 PM

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