New York Times Going Back to Not Caring About Blogs

By

As part of its looming redesign, the New York Times is moving away from what the Internet calls "blogs," starting with the Media Decoder section of the site, home to the quicker, sassier musings of Bill Carter, Brian Stelter, David Carr, & Co. A source told Capital New York that "it's part of a broader effort to prune the blogs" in favor of the more classic article page format. Then again, the Paper of Record has taken to using GIFs on its homepage, so who knows which direction we're moving.