NYTimes: Slate replacing ‘Today’s Papers’ with the ‘Slatest’

Slate is replacing the 12 year old ‘Today’s Papers’ feature – what the NYTimes calls ‘one of the original aggregators of the web’ – with a thrice daily summary.

The NYTimes reports:

“In its place comes a new recap of the news, one that acknowledges that the news cycle has, well, sped up quite considerably since ‘Today’s Papers’ started in 1997. That is why the ‘Slatest,’ the name of the new feature that comes online Monday morning, will collect the world’s news three times a day.”

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