well, fit around its new ad format. The New York Times has hopped on the bulging bandwagon of sites that plop large, obtrusive ads smack in the middle of its pages’ content space. Also noteworthy [if not newsworthy] is the fact that they’re using the meta refresh tag to reload pages in client browsers after 900 seconds [that’s 15 minutes to you and me]. Is this an altruistic measure to ensure their readers get the very latest news? Or are they artificially inflating page views to boost their ad rates?
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