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The New York Times is considered by many to be one of the definitive,
American newspapers with high quality journalism and all of the facts
that readers could possibly want at the start or end of the day. As ink
and paper news sheets are less and less in demand though the New York
Times as moved online to the easily found www.nytimes.com.
Nytimes.com offers readers an insight into pretty much any topic anyone could want that particular day. Ranging from news headlines all the way down to fashion spotlights, celebrity interviews and even food and recipes the variety of the New York Times hasn't faded from being applied to a digital format. So whether a reader is looking for gardening tips, political commentary or even the comics section there's something to suit any taste.
In addition to the depth and breadth of material, nytimes.com also provides a simple to use format. Short clips and photographs line the page and readers can scan by section, headline and the opening text of the story to see what they like and what catches their interest. Along the top of the screen there are tabs for today's paper, video clips and other multimedia formats for those who want to do more than just read the paper.
Of course the free version of the New York Times is available to anyone that visits the website and takes a look around at the paper. However for those that want a little more in depth information there is the option to become a member with access to broader parts of the site and other options that simply are not available to those who don't have member status.