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'NYT' rolls out Compendium

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New York—The New York Times has introduced Compendium, a Pinterest-like tool for newspaper content. Compendium enables readers to “curate” content from the Times—including articles, imagery, videos and quotations—to tell and share their own stories. While reading any page of the Times, readers can click the “Add to Compendium” tool into their browser. A window will appear with options for readers to select the content they want to add. Readers can add a whole article or “clippings” from the article. The tool will not work on the paper's main home page, a section home page or a blog home page because each contains multiple articles, according to the Times.
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