You can read ‘The New Yorker’ for free right now
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Many of The New Yorker‘s smartest reports and profiles get hidden behind a paywall when they head online, but for the rest of the summer those articles will all be open to everyone. To promote a design overhaul of its website that’s meant to make articles easier to read on phones, tablets, and the desktop, The New Yorker is making all new articles and all existing articles published after 2007 free to read until sometime this fall.
Though the magazine has been online since 2001, only stories from 2007 forward will be reworked into the new article format which is presumably why earlier articles will remain hidden from free access. Still, it’s a trove of stories that you’ll want to check out, and you may want to get moving while you…