The NY Times Covers Reason's Cover


Here's a link to a story about our June issue, which is currently in production and is due out at the start of May:

Putting 40,000 Readers, One by One, on a Cover

Most subscribers will receive an issue that features four cover pages of intensely personalized information, a demonstration of bleeding-edge technology that may one day allow for mass-customized and hyper-individualized print publications (btw, pace the Times' headline, our monthly print circulation totals about 55,000).

The cover story, written by Declan McCullagh, explores the "upside of 'zero privacy,'"--of how the proliferation of networked databases has made many things easier and better in our daily lives (yes, yes, we take into account the massive potential for abuse).

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