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Video of the day: Inside the New York Times ‘Lively Morgue’

on May 11, 2012 by Martina Comments

Get access to the basement of the New York Times and sneak into the Lively Morgue, the archive of all newspaper clippings and an extensive photo library. Great, fascinating short documentary by the Tumblr team explains how the technology that has threatened to kill the morgue may also save it. Read more…

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Stupid games & banners to destroy

on April 6, 2012 by Martina Comments

The New York Times has a great article by Sam Anderson about “Angry Bird, Farmville and other hyperaddictive Stupid Games“. It’s a great reading about the history and psychology of the games we love to hate. But the article also has an unexpected interactive twist: a little game on the top of the page that allows you to destroy all the advertising on the screen. Read more…

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NYTimes Conversations

on December 9, 2008 by Mark Comments

I found very interesting this way of getting information in this site done by Your Majesty for the New York Times called NY Times Conversations.

A nice and simple navigation to see interesting videos of people like John Leguizamo or Isaac Mizrahi talking about their passions and relationship with NY Times while a news feed is fed by real time news related to the subject of the video being played (i suppose based on tags).

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Video ads: get ready

on March 12, 2004 by Martina Comments

On The New York Times Bob Tedeschi writes about online video ads which apparently aren’t perceived as “annoying” by Internet users. What is also interesting to note is that people usually watch the whole video ad, demonstrating an unusual patience in waiting for the commercial to load. The problem is that a lot of Web publishers aren’t yet prepared (and willing) to host such kind of promotional content. The risk to annoy consumers is still very high and they don’t want to compromise the relationship with users.

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