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May 22, 2013
If you wouldn’t mind using another publication to advertise your infringement tool, we’d appreciate it.
The New York Times senior counsel Richard Samson • Offering a harsh-as-heck response to the creator of Scrollkit, a startup which allows you to visually lay out web content. Cody Brown, the creator of the app, used it to show how one can create an equivalent design to the NYT’s iconic “Snow Fall" layout quickly, leading the newspaper’s lawyers to strike back with full brunt force, ordering Brown to take down a claim that the app can recreate the story within an hour — something Brown actually did and posted video of — from Scrollkit’s website. FWIW: We’ve used Scrollkit before, and it existed long before this current issue. It’s not simply an infringement tool and to call it as such is not fair to Brown.
14:50 // 1 year ago
April 23, 2013
Evidence The New York Times eats its young: "Oh no-ho-ho, you won’t be getting a nice review from us just because you’re considered our best young journalist, Brian Stelter.” (ht @DJBentley)

Evidence The New York Times eats its young: "Oh no-ho-ho, you won’t be getting a nice review from us just because you’re considered our best young journalist, Brian Stelter.” (ht @DJBentley)

10:11 // 1 year ago
April 15, 2013
futurejournalismproject:

Titanic Sinks Four Hours After Hitting Iceberg
Survival Facts: If you were a third class passenger, your chance of survival was 25 percent
First class passengers had a 62 percent survival rate. Second class passengers had a 41 percent survival rate. The crew had a 24 percent survival rate.
Fun Fact: What happened to the iceberg?
Bonus: Images of the Titanic wreck made by stitching together hundreds of optical and sonar images collected by robots via Scientific American Woods Whole Oceanographic Institute, and National Geographic.
Image: April 16, 1912 edition of the New York Times.

"Noted names missing."

futurejournalismproject:

Titanic Sinks Four Hours After Hitting Iceberg

Survival Facts: If you were a third class passenger, your chance of survival was 25 percent

First class passengers had a 62 percent survival rate. Second class passengers had a 41 percent survival rate. The crew had a 24 percent survival rate.

Fun Fact: What happened to the iceberg?

Bonus: Images of the Titanic wreck made by stitching together hundreds of optical and sonar images collected by robots via Scientific American Woods Whole Oceanographic Institute, and National Geographic.

Image: April 16, 1912 edition of the New York Times.

"Noted names missing."

11:58 // 1 year ago
April 8, 2013
14:04 // 1 year ago
March 31, 2013
joshsternberg:

An Instagram image of a surly A-Rod graces the NYT homepage right now.

I look at this image and all I see are pictures of people jumping over sharks.

joshsternberg:

An Instagram image of a surly A-Rod graces the NYT homepage right now.

I look at this image and all I see are pictures of people jumping over sharks.

9:47 // 1 year ago
March 12, 2013
OMG The New York Times is planning a major redesign! Excuse us while we nerd out for the next six hours.

OMG The New York Times is planning a major redesign! Excuse us while we nerd out for the next six hours.

12:04 // 1 year ago
February 8, 2013
The NYT’s useful interactive graphic showing how much snow various parts of the Northeast are getting this weekend.

The NYT’s useful interactive graphic showing how much snow various parts of the Northeast are getting this weekend.

22:23 // 1 year ago
February 4, 2013
Most interesting way to reveal a new album title: Put it in the New York Times classifieds’ “Notices & Lost and Found” category, to ensure nobody ever sees it — unless, like Vampire Weekend, you drop hints.

Most interesting way to reveal a new album title: Put it in the New York Times classifieds’ “Notices & Lost and Found” category, to ensure nobody ever sees it — unless, like Vampire Weekend, you drop hints.

9:04 // 1 year ago
January 30, 2013
Today in hackings originating from China: The New York Times. The hacking incident began after The Times started working on this story about Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s fortune. Every Times employee had their corporate password stolen, and 53 employees had their personal computers infiltrated, mostly outside of the office. So yeah, kind of a big story.

Today in hackings originating from China: The New York Times. The hacking incident began after The Times started working on this story about Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s fortune. Every Times employee had their corporate password stolen, and 53 employees had their personal computers infiltrated, mostly outside of the office. So yeah, kind of a big story.

21:35 // 1 year ago
January 10, 2013
usatoday:

The front of today’s New York Times Sports section.

The NYT is just throwing negative space and reverse boxes all over the place these days. Also, this tiny paper already beat them to this trick.

usatoday:

The front of today’s New York Times Sports section.

The NYT is just throwing negative space and reverse boxes all over the place these days. Also, this tiny paper already beat them to this trick.

8:42 // 1 year ago