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he New York Times is considering two methods of charging for accessing online content. The final decision will be made at the end of June.
One proposals will include a meter system". This allows the reader to roam freely on the website until hitting a predetermined limit of word-count or pageviews, after which a meter will start running and the reader is charged for movement on the site thereafter.
Originally posted by warrenb
doomed to fail
simply because there are a million competitors who offer the same stuff for nothing
Originally posted by Topsy_Cret
I think you're right aswell... I just hope it wont. Like I said I wouldnt mind at all if I didnt have to pay to get on line first. Either way I dont read the NY Times and probly never will.