TO THOM HARTMANN, et al.: How to Share a New York Times Article

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Now that NYTimes.com is charging for membership, it is still possible for NYTimes.com members to share specific articles with friends (and listeners). Instead of sharing a direct link to an article with friends, NYTimes.com members may choose the "e-mail" option within an article, and send the e-mail message to their own e-mail address. The link, subsequently sent by the NYTimes.com service, and received in one's own e-mail box, is accessible by anyone, regardless of subscription status with the New York Times, and can be posted in a blog or on a radio talk show host's website, thus granting access to the article by everyone interested.

So, Thom, if you are actually reading this note, here is my suggestion: when you mention NYTimes.com articles, you do have the option of posting links on your website to the articles that you are discussing so that your listeners may read all of the relevant details at their leisure.

=>PW

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