“Can I hack the New York Times?” [Comic]

With the shift from physical publication to Internet publication in full swing, for the past few years major newspapers, magazines, and other sources of media have hid themselves behind a “pay wall” — a monthly subscription people must may if they want to read content from that organization via their websites. The following comic is related to pay walls, with a hilarious ending. Check it out:

ROFLMAO!

[via Joy of Tech]

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  1. Mike

    I don’t mind ads to support a site (and I actually support it all), but the New York Times’ ads can be some of the most intrusive, blocking a full webpage when your cursor inadvertently rolls over an unseen trigger point.