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New York Times, Disruption, Advertising

The constant barrage of takeover ads, half column-wide ads, surveys and non-contextual interruption on the New York Times website is becoming infuriating. You would think that as a subscriber to the paper (hello, I pay money to the Times) I would not have to endure this hail of disruption as I attempt to read an article.

If the New York Times is willing to take my money they must accept that I am a customer not a "user." They should consider their customers before disrupting our online reading experience.

(I understand that writing this is a waste of time but I had to get it off my chest. Now, back to work.)

Occupy Wall St is gaining traction: A Tea Party for the Left?

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