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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Time archives made available

Good news related by Mediapost: "Time magazine has announced that it will make its full archive of articles, dating back to its inaugural issue in March 1923, available to its subscribers. The archive will provide access to over 266,000 articles at Time.com. In addition to the category article search, the archive also includes unique search features, including a Time covers archive, a "Find Your Birthday Cover" function that allows users to view the cover that was featured on the day they were born, and "First Mentions"--which lists when famous people were first discussed in the magazine. The new feature will also be interactive, as users can send queries to archive editors." A very good example of what is valuable for readers and subscribers: newspapers archives are incredible resources!

Source: Mediapost

Posted by Bertrand Pecquerie on December 22, 2004 at 04:26 PM in c. Multimedia convergence, i. Future of print, m. Improving editorial quality | Permalink


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