Now that you only get 10 free New York Times articles a month, why not make the most of them?
Ochs, an extension for Google Chrome that just got updated, streamlines the site for your consuming pleasure. It gets rid of most of the clutter (ads be gone! unnecessary toolbars, adios!) and puts the emphasis right where it should be--on the articles.
The extension makes The New York Times so stylishly minimal it almost could have been created by Apple designer Jonathon Ives.
The latest Ochs update, released last week, automatically replaces the story art with the highest-resolution version of the image available. That means a big, crisp, beautiful image accompanies every story. … Read more