Saturday, August 9, 2014
The New Yorker Is Temporarily Making All Of Its Archives Free - 8 Stories You Should Definitely Read
The New Yorker relaunched its website today with a complete makeover, signaling the first step in the magazine's new focus on the web. Part of that initiative is the magazine's decision to open up its archives to the general public for the rest of the summer. Until the website puts up its metered paywall sometime in the fall, the New Yorker editors will be releasing curated collections of stories periodically.