New York Times Starts Blogging Offline

New York Times Starts Blogging Offline
Innovation

To us, the Times seems to have reported the contents of a blog post in the same way a blog post normally reports on the contents of a mainstream media article.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 24 april 2006

When we were writing a post for eco.psfk today reporting an article we found in the New York Times we realized they were doing something we do (a lot).

To us, the Times seems to have reported the contents of a blog post in the same way a blog post normally reports on the contents of a mainstream media article. You know how we say, “The Times reports this” or “The Independent has a review” – now, the New York Times does this too!

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