Adam Penenberg asks, "How can the mighty New York Times, which considers itself America's paper of record, be the paper of record in cyberspace when its articles barely show up on Google?" Indeed. I seldom link to the Times even when I bother to read it; the required registration is a hassle and not really worth the loss of privacy, either. With so much good content on the web, why read or direct my readers to a site that doesn't really welcome us with open arms? Get a clue...
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