I can just shotgun every article with the most mundane, boring, borderline antisemetic shit I can think up with virtually no voice of opposition, as long as I’m willing to pay $ 180 dollars.
It’s really been a hit on Facebook where the original post has received more than 3100 likes and the story had been shared more than 13500 times, the post was tweeted almost 200 times.
Facebook post has also attracted dozens of comments as people shared their reactions to Salovey’s speech. In a followup email, she said she never expected even this many signups! Users can purchase the right to comment on Tablet stories for 24 hours for $ A monthly pass goes for $ 18 and it’s $ 180 to comment for the full year. Certainly, about 100 people have paid to comment, Newhouse ld me, though she said she couldn’t provide a breakdown of how many people had signed up for every tier. It was a messaging effort, she said.
We’re intending to provide free content to you, and what we require back is that you engage with it with similar posture of civility and commitment to dialogue that we bring to the table.
Newhouse has repeatedly insisted that the move wasn’t an effort to generate revenue, since the start. Now look, the effort was to say to readers that we’re in this together. That’s not to say it doesn’t exist a section of the comments on the story about Salovey’s speech, let’s say, devolved into name calling over the IsraeliPalestinian conflict. Still, Newhouse said she couldn’t say with scientific certainty if the tenor of the comments has improved on the site or on Facebook, she said she hasn’t noticed a whole lot of flaming awfulness. After its publication on ay 19. Actually, last thing we need to do is encourage people to go off and have a conversation somewhere else.