One of the new features in the upcoming Windows Vista OS from Microsoft is what's called the Times Reader. Developed in cooperation with the New York Times, this online digital delivery solution will allow Windows users to read the New York Times in digital format, but with the exact same layout as the newspaper. This could be a big deal in the newspaper world, which is struggling for revenue as more readers move online. By integrating with Windows, the Times can make it easy to get on the desktop of millions of users in a familiar format. If this software then gets licensed to other newspapers and magazines, it could really revolutionize the media world, combing the best of the print product with online digital delivery.
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|Sheri Ann Richerson|