They've made it impossible to read most of the reviews and smaller articles for the NYTimes unless you pay
Dumping your cookies is not enough anymore.
It still works for me, OP.
Thanks, r1. We're tracking your URL as I type.
You might want to get used to it. more and more "local" newspapers are ceasing the printed edition and using only the web. Scripts- Howard is leading the way.
Good luck, R2...
[quote]Scripts- Howard is leading the way.
Delete everything after the ".html" in the URL of your browser and then hit enter.
Journalists and the rest of the staff have to eat too. Pay to read or don't read.
When you see a NY Times article at nytimes.com that you want to read, take the title and put it in quotation marks and enter it at news.google.com and it almost always comes up fulltext and easily readable at news.google.com.
We really got spoiled over the last 15 years or so -- the newspapers threw us all the news for free, and we got entitled. They even encouraged us to tune in for free content by advertising their web pages in the print newspaper.
No one really understood the advertising model in the 90s.
This seems to be happening on youtube now. Soon you'll have to watch a full commercial before you watch anything. No more clicking the 5 second thing or little banners you can click off.
These are 'the good old days', enjoy them while they last.
The cost of the printed paper has gone way, way up. NY Times was a dollar less than ten years ago. Now it's 2.50.