30 June 2005

Today’s Front Pages

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Newseum, a site billing itself as “the interactive museum of news” has created Today’s Front Pages, a Flash-based interface to let users see the front page of over 435 newspapers across 45 countries.

Pointing at a dot will show the current front page for the linked paper; clicking will give you a close-up of the front page in a new window. The close-up page will also allow you to head over to the newspaper’s site.

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