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4:47 PM, July 18th, 2011

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joshuanguyen:

Due to an errant cron task that ran twice an hour from September 2010 to July 2011, I accidentally collected about 12,000 screenshots of the front page of the nytimes.com

More cool thoughts on what went into this and what it means for media from Phillip.

This is kind of like Pummelvision for websites.

The news is a lot more entertaining than people give credit.

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    *I don’t expect anyone to watch all of this, but even some of it is entertaining.
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    A compressed news viewing.
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    Watch this. This is what my brain seems like lately…
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    Time-Lapse of 12,000 New York Times Homepage Screenshots
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