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NY Post suggests TimesSelect will close

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The NY Post is reporting that TimesSelect, the subscription wall in front of much of the New York Times is to be dismantled.

Cue a renewed debate on the fine balance between making enough money by charging a subscription, or getting the material out there free and amass an audience large enough to sell to an advertiser.

However, Wired’s Adario Strange suggests taking this news with a pinch of salt.


Written by Robert

10 August, 2007 at 5:45 pm

Posted in Business, Newspapers

I must be addicted to Facebook

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Facebook is down this morning. And that’s annoying me. And I’m annoyed that it’s annoying me, because that means that FB has become important to me. And I dislike the thought of being dependant on a website 😦

What’s interesting, and I’m not the only person to have this problem is that my Facebook presence seems to have vanished, lets hope temporarily.

I can’t get in, and I can’t reset my password and one friend even rang to ask if I had deleted myself because ‘you’re not there anymore!’

Written by Robert

3 August, 2007 at 12:21 pm

Posted in General