The Internet, you may have noticed, is chock full of information. And so gathering information can sometimes be a challenge. There are lots of tricks I’ve learned, most of which are impossible to explain in a blog post. But here’s one that is easy to explain, and it involves the New York Times.
Let’s say you want to get a quick idea of all of the stories in the NY Times. Poking around on the NY Times website is not the way to go. Instead, use this link. If you like to read the NY Times online—as I do—then I recommend you bookmark this link for future reference. Here is another version of the same site. Now, go forth and efficiently gather information.
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