Tucked into an interesting if somewhat behind the curve NYT Business Day story about the evolving nature of The New Yorker's cover art (which has been increasingly political for several years now) is this little gem: The venerable magazine is trying out an animated cover online.
Maybe it's a generational thing. But when Billy Joel came to the aid of a 65-year-old woman who fell into an East Hampton street, several news sites — including newsday.com (shown), nbcnews.com and today.com, musictimes.com and the local DansPapers.com — went with almost identical "fallen woman" headlines,…
In what looks for all the world like the New York Times version of a summer-intern story, the paper blows the cloche off the questionable fare on Air Force One.
Forty years ago today, the supermarket UPC price scanner made its commercial debut in Troy, Ohio, as a 10-pack of Wrigley's Juicy Fruit chewing gum costing 67 cents and bearing a Uniform Product Code was scanned by Marsh Supermarket cashier Sharon Buchanan for customer Clyde Dawson.
Indexing error or vast left-wing conspiracy: The nytimes.com on Sunday lists Clinton's new book among the obits.
When invitations to the Mt. Healthy kindergarten graduation said Join Us for Punch and Cookies, this isn't what they meant.
Folks who watched Stephen Colbert's brilliant series of bits in which he set up a superPAC for the 2012 elections wound up better informed about campaign finance issues than newspaper readers or viewers of other networks or shows, a new study reports.