Yes, this is an April Fool’s joke.
Yes, Arianna appears eager to continue her war of words, about words, with Bill Keller.
Which is smart…always punch up! At the very least, Arianna knows how to make it fun.
Today marks a significant transition for The Huffington Post Media Group, as we introduce digital subscriptions for employees of The New York Times. It’s an important step that we hope you will see as an investment in The Huffington Post, one that will strengthen our ability to provide high-quality journalism to readers around the world — and especially to our readers inside The New York Times.
The change comes in two stages. Last week, we rolled out digital subscriptions to our readers in Winnipeg, Canada, which enabled us to fine-tune the customer experience. Plus, they’re Canadians, eh? Today, we will begin offering digital subscriptions to employees of The New York Times.
If you don’t live in Winnipeg or are not an employee of The New York Times, you will continue to have full and free access to our news, information, opinion, and the rest of our rich offerings.
• Times employees who come to The Huffington Post through links from search, blogs, and social media will be able to freely access certain articles. For instance:
If you come in through Facebook, you’ll be able to access for free all stories involving animals born with extra limbs. If you come in through Twitter, you’ll be able to access for free words that contain more than six letters, but only those that refer to antiquated transportation machines (i.e. “funicular”).
Admit it, she’s pretty funny. Read the whole thing here >
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