Does Microsoft / NYT Thinks Media Consumption Is Unchanged?

Does Microsoft / NYT Thinks Media Consumption Is Unchanged?
Innovation

A deal between the NY Times and Microsoft allows computer users with a Windows Vista operating system to read the Newspaper as it looks offline. Huh?

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 1 may 2006

A deal between the NY Times and Microsoft allows computer users with a Windows Vista operating system to read the Newspaper as it looks offline.

With Microsoft’s new Windows Vista software, to be available in January, virtually any newspaper, magazine or book can be formatted into an electronic version and read online or off. The software would allow The Times to replicate its look — fonts, typeface and layout — more closely than its Web site now does.

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