For those of you who don't know, the New York Times is trying to squeeze every last drop from these here internets by requiring a subscription few for "premium content" (sports, news, op-eds). Leaving aside the question that "the New York Times does sports?" and why someone would need to pay for this info since every other daily paper in creation is free on the web, the results have been underwhelming, so they've started a blog to discuss what to change about the service...and put it behind the subscription firewall. Apparently, the business manager went to B-school with the record exec who greenlighted CD's that don't work in CD players. My gramma, whose VCR is blinking 12:00 as we speak, could do a better job taking advantage of the digital medium.
(H/T: Andrew Sullivan)