Redesign at Slate

Andrew Phelps reports on Slate:

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Slate was arguably the first major news site to care about aggregation, starting back in 1996, when we only thought we suffered from information overload. (They didn’t even call it “aggregation” yet. It was “meta-news.”) What started with In Other Magazines — a weekly roundup for people with no time for Time and Newsweek — evolved into Today’s Papers, a hugely popular feature that ran every morning until its retirement in 2009.

Continue reading:

http://www.niemanlab.org/2011/04/slate-rethinks-aggregation-again-with-a-slatest-redesign/

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