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The New Yorker is Offering Free Digital Access to Entire Publication All Summer

thenewyorkerThe New Yorker is publishing its entire print magazine online for free through the end of the summer.

The free giveaway is part of the magazine’s digital redesign, which includes a new website, as well as a new mobile experience. With the redesign comes new content. The site already publishes fifteen original stories a day and has plans to increase this number.Check it out:

We are promising more, as well as an even greater responsiveness to what is going on in the world. For instance, in addition to Daily Comment, which usually concerns itself with political matters, we will also feature a Daily Cultural Comment, a regular column in which our critics and other writers confront everything from the latest debates over the impact of technology to the latest volume from Chicago, Oslo, or Lima and the ongoing sagas of Don Draper, Daenerys Targaryen, and Hannah Horvath.

In the fall, the magazine will return to a limited access website, giving only subscribers full access with the implementation of a new paywall.

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