The New York Times wisely blocks staff from viewing its desktop homepage

The Grey Lady is changing. She’s becoming a modern woman, one who enjoys a 4.7-inch retina display more than her 28-inch desktop monitor. Over at The New York Times, staffers received an email letting them know the desktop site for The Times — you know, the site they all write for — would be blocked. To view, they’d have to do so via a smartphone or tablet. The “experiment” begins Monday, with the aim of making sure staff understand how crucial mobile is to the future of The Times. The emailed dictum also notes that “over half” of The Times’…

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