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    Tuesday
    Mar152005

    Free News

    INFO SCIENCE: The New York Times has an article about the dire economics of free online newspapers. It's an interesting read.

    I had no idea that the New York Times has more readers online then actual subscribers. Seems they are going to have to figure out how to squeeze more money from online readers without scaring them away; a difficult thing to do.

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