NYT dumps a copyright snowfall on startup referencing its work

NYT dumps a copyright snowfall on startup referencing its work

arstechnica.com
Last year The New York Times unleashed its vision of digitally native storytelling with "Snow Fall." The piece broke away from standard newsprint-transplanted-to-Web design, offering interactive graphics, videos, and other multimedia integrated into an overall narrative. It wasn't necessarily Earth shattering, but it demonstrated a cool concept for others...
NYT dumps a copyright snowfall on startup referencing its work
                                       

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