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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The Boston Globe introduces new edition specifically designed for cellphones, laptops, tablets

This is nice: A digital presentation that allows casual browsing and serendipitous reading, just as a physical newspaper does:

The Globe’s new ePaper is formatted the same as the print version, with the sections, articles, and photographs laid out just as in the paper, meaning readers will be able to browse through it in the same familiar fashion but using digital scroll features. It is free for all online and print subscribers and can be accessed on BostonGlobe.com. It is also available on iTunes as a standalone iPad and iPhone app.